- Performer One Hour Naps
- Title Encrypted Code
- Date of release 2011
- Style Indie Rock
- Other formats DMF AIFF DTS VQF TTA ADX MOD
- Genre Rock
- Size MP3 1504 mb
- Size FLAC 1571 mb
- Rating: 4.2
- Votes: 269
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One Hour Naps will be playing a set of concise pop songs including selections from last fall’s Encrypted Code release. For this set Matt, Pat and Pete will be playing an assortment of keyboards, synths, effects, percussion and acoustic guitar. .Audience participation is encouraged! BYOB. One Hour Naps Acoustic Show @ Transistor.
Encrypted Code (Vinyl, Album). In From Weehawken Records.
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Frustrated with persistent short naps? This comprehensive guide provides practical strategies to help your baby and toddler take long consistent naps. Before I gave birth I imagined a halcyon future where my baby would take 2-hour naps all day during which I would blissfully spend exercising, assembling a Pinterest-worthy baby book, binge-watching Outlander. You know, all the stuff you guys probably do all day. So you can imagine my surprise when my first nugget was born, and instead of 2-hour naps, he would take super short naps. Worse? Those micro naps were hard to come by AND he was a huge crank for 20 minutes after those naps.
For instance, we're usually told that naps are good. But a new study from Cambridge University found that people who frequently take day-time naps of an hour or longer tend to die younger than those who forego mid-day sleeping. But it's probably not the naps themselves that are causing the problem. The team thinks it's most likely an underlying health condition that is both causing fatigue and inspiring the naps and shaving years off napper's lives, Medical Daily reports. Short siestas of about 30 minutes, on the other hand, were not associated with any health problems and. At the end of the study, people who napped for more than an hour were 32 percent more likely to have died than non-nappers, the authors report. As Medical Daily reports, the cause of those deaths varied but included heart disease, cancer and respiratory illness.
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