Researchers from the technical University of Queensland found out how NAPs affects the quality of life of children. Meta-analysis was subjected to all studies that addressed NAPs and its impact on children under five years of age. From 781 research 26 has not lost its relevance. The data presents The Hindustan Times.
It was found, sleeping after lunch, affect the quality of sleep in young children. At the age of two years he increased the time to waste to night sleep, shortened its duration. Note, each family takes NAPs in different ways. For some it's a 20-30 minute break in the afternoon, for others - a full three-hour sleep. Therefore, to perceive clearly the results are not worth it.
In another study, researchers from University of Massachusetts proved that daytime sleep improves brain function and helps children to remember more information. During sleep the activation zones, responsible for training and "digesting" the information obtained during wakefulness.