Naps are essential to childrens' brain power

By: Matt McGovern Email
By: Matt McGovern Email

Doctors investigated toddlers

Doctors investigated toddlers' ability to learn things like new words, and found they remembered better after having a nap.

(NBC) - With young children growing and learning so rapidly, a new study shows how naps are essential for kids to remember what they've just learned.

Doctors investigated toddlers' ability to learn things like new words, and found they remembered better after having a nap.

Other research has shown how sleep can help boost brain power in adults, too.


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