Daytime naps can be one way to treat sleep deprivation.
Naps lasting 10 to 20 minutes are considered the ideal length without leaving the napper feeling sleepy afterward.
They are sometimes referred to as “power naps” because they provide lots of benefits to the body. Those recovery benefits includes more patience, less stress, better reaction time (good for alertness), increased learning (cognitive functioning), especially for motor learning skills e.g., typing and playing the piano, more efficiency, and better health.
It also helps boost memory and enhance creativity.