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“I have to tell you…after that 30 minute nap I felt restored”

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“The players felt like they needed a place to rest that was undisturbed. It makes sense for the US Open and the players – the more refreshed the players are, the better the performance levels are on court.”

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“I figured I’d have to try something drastic: not just logging extra miles but hacking my body’s cardiovascular and muscular systems with elite, next-level tech.”

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“It was heaven for 20 semiconscious, vaguely lucid minutes that promised to pack in the restorative benefits of two hours of sleep.”

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“The main takeaway: If you can find a way to enter a deep meditative state for 20 minutes, your body may feel refreshed and rid of debilitating stress.”

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“…this patented device claims to lower stress and improve sleep – and in the six-plus years since it was introduced commercially, dentists have used it on over 700,000 patients.”

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“The famed life coach and author has found an ingenious way to stay rested even when he has little time for sleep.”

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“I wasn’t asleep, but I wasn’t awake, either – and my mind was completely, blessedly blank…I left feeling more dialed in, clearheaded, and relaxed”

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“How can you keep your employees energized, focused and productive? Try a 20-minute power nap in a designated room.”

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“When I remove my headphones, eye shades and electrodes, I don’t feel groggy, as I usually do after a nap, nor do I feel the need to drink coffee, as I usually do after basically anything.”

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