Compared to staying awake, all nap durations ranging from 10 to 60 minutes had clear benefits.
The team studied 650,000 participants in a two-part analysis.
"Individuals who experienced more quality sleep also reported better quality of life."
“Good sleep not only amplifies but may also extend the duration of protection of the vaccine."
Researchers looked at whether good sleep health was related to how well people adhered to the various lifestyle changes.
Risk of infection raised by a quarter or more among those who failed to get the right amount.
Insomnia includes trouble falling asleep, staying asleep or getting good quality sleep.
The findings also suggest that 8% of deaths from any cause could be attributed to poor sleep patterns.
“There isn’t a one size fits all."
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