SLEEP & RELAXATION
POWER NAPS - Recharge Body & Mind
Rob Hopping (author) at Mind Research Laboratory (publisher)
What did Einstein, Tesla, and Da Vinci have in common? They all took ‘power naps’ during the day. They knew that by taking a short break and allowing their bodies to rest, they would be able to continue their work refreshed and rejuvenated.
Studies have shown, that a short nap can enhance your performance, increase alertness, and improve your mood. The key to napping is to keep naps short – from 10 to 30 minutes – so you don’t go too far into the sleep cycle, which can actually leave you feeling groggy and more tired than before.
Here’s how it works.
Each Power Nap program uses Zygon’s Neuro-Entrainment technology to induce a state of deep relaxation. As your mind clears, the matrix moves you into Sleep Stage 2 (theta state). You feel lighter, like a weight is being lifted off your shoulders as you drift off to sleep. The program’s soothing harmonic overlays create an ideal environment for a short, but rejuvenating nap. When the program ends, you open your eyes, and feel rested and ready to finish your day.
Power Naps programs:
Tesla’s Re-charge (10 min) – Nikola Nikola Tesla slept no more than two hours each night. To supplement his nightly sleep, he took regular power naps throughout the day to “re-charge his batteires.”
Da Vinci’s Secret (20 min) – Leonardo Da Vinci practiced the ‘polyphasic sleep process’ which involved taking multiple 20 minute power naps during the day.
Einstein’s Dreams (30 min) – Albert Einstein is said to have slept 10 hours each night. He also took daily power naps to enhance his creative thinking.