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  • Dozing off at the office can be beneficial
  • Dozing off at the office can be beneficial
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InnerSpace: power-napping on the job

Nothing beats a good nap, but it can be tough to find a peaceful spot to snooze in. Sleepbox makes private cabins that can be installed in public places, and its new InnerSpace model is designed specifically for offices, enabling tired workers to grab some much-needed shut-eye on the job.

Location North America / Global

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Nothing beats a good nap, whether that’s dozing off for 20 minutes while commuting or getting a full hour between chores at home. "If you ask [regular nappers], they'll be aware they're getting benefit; they're more alert, have better moods and they're feeling sharper," says Kimberly A. Cote, a psychology professor at Brock University in Ontario. "If you're talking about a healthy adult population, I think just about anyone could benefit from a nap." [1]

Yet it’s often difficult to find a peaceful spot to snooze in; nodding off at your desk doesn’t offer quite ...

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