Could it be time to skip the nap. Some researchers think so.

As stated in Today.com's story, “The evidence suggests that beyond the age of 2 years, when cessation of napping becomes more common, daytime sleep is associated with shorter and more disrupted night sleep,” says Karen Thorpe, a professor in development science at Queensland University of Technology in Australia. “... Daytime sleep is not a response to poor night sleep, but rather precedes poor night sleep.”

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