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11:06pm on Thursday the 18th of April
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Taking a nap after lunch may be good for your heart. This splendid news arrived in the form of a study published Monday in The Archives of Internal Medicine.

In a study of more than 23,000 Greek men and women ages 20 to 86, researchers found that napping at least three times a week for a half-hour was associated with a significantly decreased risk of death from heart disease. After controlling for factors like smoking, body mass index, physical activity and diet, the researchers found that people who regularly took a siesta had a 37 percent lower coronary death rate than those who never napped. The effect was even greater in working men.
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I had a "Greek Siesta" once. Let's talk about something else.

How much sleep do you guys get? I sleep at least 8 hours out of every 24, but it's mostly in the form of "micro-naps" lasting only a few seconds each. The doctors say it's basically impossible for me to ever lead a full, productive life. That's why I turned to blogging!
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