The Power Nap program incorporates 3 levels of brainwave entrainment which guarantees that your brain frequency is locked in to the correct level.
Evidence is mounting that taking a power nap during the day appears to enhance information processing and learning. New experiments by Alan Hobson M.D., Robert Stickgold Ph.D., and colleagues at Harvard University show that a midday sleep reverses information overload and shows a 20 percent improvement in learning a motor skill.
While the so-called 'super-achievers' are out on their coffee breaks, researchers say real achievers have discovered a much more effective 'pause that refreshes' - the power nap.
Cornell psychologist Dr. James Maas, writes that a 20 minute nap in the afternoon actually provides more rest than sleeping an extra 20 minutes in the morning. He also writes that napping should be considered a part of one’s 'daily exercise routine.'