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May 11, 2015

A recent study was done comparing associative memory and napping.  The subjects tested were compared in two groups; those allowed to nap and those who did not.  Observing that: “successful learning and retrieval both before and after sleep relates to spindle density during nap sleep,” the study authors submit that: “these results speak for a selective beneficial impact of naps on hippocampus-dependent memories.”

Here is the link to the entire article:

Power  Napping Provides Memory Boost

As always,

Be well,

Diane Silverman R.Ph.
Ask The Pharmacist Group, LLC

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