Cat Naps


Quoting results from a February 12, 2007 issue of The Archives of Internal Medicine, Medical News Today reported on February 19, 2007, “researchers found that midday napping (siestas) reduced coronary mortality by about one third among men and women.”

cat nap

Medical News Today continues, “The results showed that people who regularly took siestas, defined by the researchers as napping at least three times per week for an average of at least 30 minutes, had a 37% lower coronary mortality than those not taking siestas.”

cat napper

I always knew that our cats are our greatest teachers…

Loui in the sun

Keeping up with the current research!

About The Author

Cindy Black, L.Ac., LMT

Cindy Black is the Founder of Big Tree School of Natural Healing and the author of Meridian Massage, Pathways to Vitality. She is appreciated for her ability to make the complex accessible, fun, and practical.

3 Comments

  • Amy

    Reply Reply August 8, 2009

    Thanks for the encouragement. Had myself a nap today, in fact.

  • Janet

    Reply Reply December 14, 2009

    You got me thinkin’ again! Maybe I will offer a “Massage and Cat Nap” special in January where we donate a portion of the proceeds to the “Cat House Rescue Mission” in town. Maybe a 1/2 hour massage and a 1/2 hour cat nap!! ha ha

    definitely will consider this!

    Janet at Cleopatra’s Day Spa
    http://www.CleopatrasDaySpa.com

  • Cindy Black

    Reply Reply December 14, 2009

    Janet-
    What a great idea- I would definitely book an appointment with you if I lived your town! Maybe I could get a little massage for my cat Loui too? 🙂

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