Time to embrace the power of the power nap?
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Chantelle Cloete
Chantelle Cloete, Reporter

As working populations get older and more people put off retirement for financial security, questions of how to live a long and happy life become even more important. A new study suggests the secret to good brain health may lie in taking short naps during the day.

Research from University College London (UCL) and the University of the Republic in Uruguay (URU) indicates that incorporating short catnaps into our daily routines could hold the secret to warding off dementia and other neurological conditions.