An invitation to rest, not to sleep. A break in the day, a pause or a power nap, with multiple benefits.
Often, a mere 15 minutes in a day is what is needed to refresh, to compensate for lost sleep, to minimize stress, and/or to improve one’s ability to focus and retain information.
A nap is a highlight of life which should be defended, popularized and practiced with conviction, pleasure and ardour.
Thierry Paquot, L'Art de la sieste
38% of the Swiss population has insomnia or difficulty sleeping.
It is time to change the way we look at and think about our relationship with sleep—to give it a (small) place in order to better integrate it into the workplace. It is time to make sleep our ally.
A nap not only resets our internal clock, but also contributes to improving our cognitive and physical performance, increasing our attention span, reducing emotional ups and downs, curbing excesses of stress and fatigue, etc.
A short nap (or power nap) of 10 to 20 minutes is a simple and effective strategy to recover strength, improve attention and pursue afternoon activities feeling awake and refreshed--an opportunity to “restart” the day.
It is possible for a short nap to help one recover from a sleep deficit, reduce stress levels, improve personal performance and decision-making skills, etc. It is also worth noting that a nap represents an effective method of combatting the pressure created by looming deadlines.
Designer and interior architect Oliver Kamm has conceived an object that navigates the boundaries of art and reality, a space that is an invitation to retreat from the world and at the same time an elegant contribution to the surrounding décor.
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