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Napping for better workouts, stress-relieving drinks, and much more!



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3 thoughts on “Napping for better workouts, stress-relieving drinks, and much more!
  1. I've been takings daily naps for the past 15yrs (during menopause) from 1pm-2pm daily, when at work 30min of my lunchtime. I wake up naturally after about 48 minutes now. Great skin and mental awareness

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