Go ahead, and take a nap. I do it a lot right in the mattress store. Usually before covid hit it was around 3pm till 4pm.. It works. If you do it too late in the day it will keep you up at nite. So the earlier you do it the better. If your boss frowns upon it then your outa luck unless you can make a deal with him. Some jobs it just cant happen. Some might say your lazy or sick. You know what you are so don’t worry about any of that.Another way to think about naps is this. Any time taking a nap is like time you will not have to deal with the year 2020 again. Now go take an hour. Experts say catching 7-8 hrs a day of sleep makes a person less prone to infections and diseases.And it makes you better at fighting off what you might of caught. It makes you healthier for sure. Give it a try.

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Towering heaps of turkey can make us drowsy. So go take a nap. In fact nap in front of all the people around you. Get a restorative nap around  1-3pm in the afternoon. See what it does for your final workload. You will notice an improvement in your work. The quality will be there. Go for 30 minutes but if you get 60-90 then go for it. Just let the boss know or he might fire you.One last thing. Here it is 2020 and its been a screwed up year for all of us on the planet.Think of a nap like this.Every hour before Jan.1 that you nap  is another hour of 2020 you wont have to remember.. Now if that is not good advice I don’t know what is.

How safe are flame retardants?

Consumer Reports magazine: February 2013

Two recent scientific studies provide new evidence that Americans are widely exposed to flame retardants that may pose worrisome health risks and may not even provide much fire protection.

In tests of 102 residential couches purchased in the U.S. from 1985 to 2010, scientists at Duke University and the University of California at Berkeley found that 85 percent of the mattresses they tested contained flame retardants. Forty-one percent contained chlorinated Tris, a chemical listed as a carcinogen under California’s Proposition 65. An additional 17 percent contained PentaBDE, a globally banned neurotoxin that was phased out in the U.S. in 2005, according to the study published in November in the peer-reviewed journal Environmental Science & Technology.

People become exposed to those chemicals as the chemicals migrate from the furniture into dust in the home. A related study in the same publication by the Silent Spring Institute, an independent research group, checked for flame retardants in house dust in 16 California homes. The researchers found that most homes had dust concentrations of at least one of the chemicals that exceeded health-risk guidelines established by the Environmental Protection Agency.

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