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The Army rolls out a new weapon: strategic napping
by Dave Philipps
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1 October 2020
On 1 October 2020 The New York Times reported:
Because fatigue can corrode mission performance, a new physical training manual tells soldiers to grab 40 winks when they can, part of a new holistic approach to health in the ranks. On Wednesday [30 September], the Army released new guidelines for optimal soldier performance -- and they include strategic and aggressive napping.
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... To promote good sleep, the manual warns soldiers to avoid video games, texting, and other screen activity before bed, and recommends winding down by 'listening to soothing music, reading, or taking a warm shower or bath' instead. It also says to avoid alcohol before sleep.
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