Good news, if you fancy a quick kip under your desk tomorrow then you have the full backing of science behind you.
So when your boss pulls you aside to “have a quick chat” be sure to let them know this.
Unless, of course, they’re having a cheeky nap too…
As you know, the clocks went forward overnight.
While this means longer, lighter days and the promise of spring, it also means one hour less sleep.
An hour less may not seem like such a big deal, but scientists have said it’s grounds to get a nap tomorrow to make up up for it.
Dr Nerina Ramlakhan, who led the research for bed manufacturers Silentnight and the University of Leeds, said the time change could see some workers drop to four hours.
“The loss of an hour in bed is particularly detrimental to individuals who already struggle with their sleep, and recent research by Silentnight has proved that many Brits, including children, are dangerously sleep deprived,” she said.
“Unlike our ancestors we’re constantly surrounded by unnatural electronic light, whether it’s from light fittings, computer screens, televisions or mobile phones.
“Bosses should consider allowing staff to take a short nap in the office. It can make a huge difference.”