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The siesta and mortality in the elderly: effect of rest without sleep and daytime sleep duration.
But many people, and experts, praise the benefits of a siesta or a power snooze.
Much of the world, though, prefers to take a siesta.
Bring earplugs for your afternoon siesta and evening sleep.
Another found that blood pressure decreased during an afternoon siesta.
One sees them arriving in a small village at the hour of the siesta.
Lunch is the big meal of the day, followed by a siesta.
But the bad news is your muscles have been taking a siesta.
The gourmet hamburger with fries and soup demands an after-lunch siesta.
Far from being lazy louts, siesta-takers are actually doing their bit for the firm.
After the dish was served, he went home for a siesta.
The sun was hot and smart people were taking a siesta in hammocks on shaded porches.
Siesta follows while sentries maintain a watch over the community.
Plan on rising early, taking a siesta in the afternoon, and enjoying the cool of the evening.
At noontime, everyone came together to eat the day's largest meal, which was followed by the rest period known as a siesta.

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