Why you should slack off to get some work done
- June 16, 2018
- Sara Mednick, cog sci, via Wired, June 16, 2018
A languid pace can produce terrific results because rest allows us to gather our resources.
Those long walks and hours pursuing hobbies breed deep reflection and creativity.
And midafternoon naps? They’re cognitive gold, as Sara Mednick, a sleep researcher
at UC Irvine, has found. “They improve alertness, help consolidate information you
learned earlier, and help with emotional regulation,” she says.
For the full story, please visit https://www.wired.com/story/why-you-should-slack-off-to-get-some-work-done/.
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