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Answer Babies need to sleep because sleep renews energy and their bodies are using up so much energy growing that they could not go a full day without taking nap…s. So while they are sleeping, their bodies are resting and renewing themselves so they can continue on learning all they are learning and their cells can reproduce and make more bone, skin, hair and anything else that keeps getting bigger as they grow.
About 20 minutes, although this varies between people to up to 40 minutes for an ideal length of time before you enter a deeper form of sleep.
Newborns spend more time sleeping than awake so they really don't take "naps" they just sleep a lot. You should let your baby sleep as much as he or she wants to.
If you want to TELL someone to take a nap, you say, "Toma una siesta." It is pronounced, "TOE-mah OOh-nah see-ES-tah." Sites such as learn-spanish.co.il provide audio …pronunciations of many common Spanish words.
Normally a 6 month old will still take either 3 shorter naps ( about 1.5 hours each) or 2 longer naps (about 2 hours each). My brother takes one 1 long 2 or 3 hour long nap.
About 15 minutes to allow the food to partially digest.
Puppies should sleep a lot, so let him sleep whenever he wants.
a whole day
they should stop napping at any age. by NH
yes they do take naps . they could fall asleep standing up too. :)
i think that adults should not take naps because they have too much stuff to do in the house and take care of the dogs and the kids
there are indeed certain kinds of contacts that you can sleep in. with mine, youre not supposed to but i have taken naps in them and nothing has happen. i have heard of ones t…hat roll in the back or your eyes in you do. I have soft 2weekly ones.
No, the example above in incorrect grammar. A correct example would be: "Have you taken a nap?"
In High School
No. If children are sleeping they might as well just stay home. You're not getting anything out of it. Students should not be allowed to take naps in class. It is disruptive f…or others in the class and defeats the purpose of going to class and learning.
Toddlers should take one to two naps a day, one late morning and one before 4 pm. Toddlers are busy learners. Their brains at that age absorb everything. Without nap times, to…ddlers are more apt to become irritable and cranky. They get tired but don't stop playing. With the structure parents give, toddlers can learn to rest even if they do not sleep. Nap time should be a quiet time, without playing -- except in bed, perhaps with one stuffed animal. With naps, children act calmer because they are rested and recharged. Note also, many pre-school programs include naptime, so it is wise to match your home schedule with naps around the same times the pre-school uses, typically 11am and 3pm.