Do Kids Need to Nap?


Study suggests what parents and caregivers have known for a long. Time if someone's, cranky they need a. Nap the sleep study by neuroscientists at UMass Amherst found naps and overnight sleep may work together to benefit early childhood memory and emotional. Processing we spoke to Dr Laura Curzio the lead author of the study Doing some kind of early processing of information kind of allowing that information to. To get kind of maybe a next level of of memory security and then overnight sleep. Can. Then, finish. The, process and that's different from what. We might seen adults where we in. Adults we can kind of last the whole day and still be, able to just use overnight lead to to process and to. Consolidate these memories Dr Curzio says the study found that naps averaging seventy minutes our ideal,

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