How long should a nap be' New study suggests keep it under an hour

Published Aug 28 2020 at 4:08 AM GMT
  • A new meta-analysis, encompassing more than 20 studies, suggests daytime naps lasting more than 60 minutes can be linked to higher rates of all-cause mortality and poor cardiovascular health.
  • Although the finding is only correlational, the researchers suggest it is safest to keep your siestas to less than one hour.



  • Published Aug 28, 2020 4:08 AM GMT