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Brief, 15-20 minute naps are beneficial for patients with sleep apnea or narcolepsy, says Dr. Samadi, leading prostate cancer specialist. Those with sleep problems who suffer from insomnia will not benefit from fragmented sleep during a nap. Also, napping for long periods of time enables deep sleep that could interfere with night time sleep. A short nap, roughly 8 hours after waking, can provide a beneficial reboot for the body and mind.

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