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If you repeatedly find yourself getting sleepy during the day despite having slept soundly, it may be a sign that you’ve built up lots of sleep debt. At times like this, please try hard to get enough sleep. And if you still feel sleepy during the day, taking a 15- to 20-minute power nap may help. It’s been proven that these can reduce exhaustion, boost efficiency, and otherwise improve your performance. However, getting enough sleep at night is best. Don’t forget to focus on sleeping well at night, without staying up too late.
Reference material: Brooks, Amber, and Leon Lack. “A brief afternoon nap following nocturnal sleep restriction: which nap duration is most recuperative?.” Sleep 29.6 (2006): 831-840.