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Suzanne Somers Offers Advice To Sleep Deprived Moms

By Chris Rogers |

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Suzanne Somers introduces the NAP26.

Suzanne Somers has been known as a lot of things over the years: Chrissy Snow on Three’s Company, Carol on Step by Step, and the master of the thigh master. But now, she is giving out advice to sleep deprived moms.

Somers has taken on a new project for those in need, an app titled NAP26. It’s a power nap program built to give you the rest and rejuvenation of a 3-hour nap in just 26 minutes!

“I was intrigued by NASA research on test pilots, which revealed 26 minutes as the optimal amount of napping time to boost productivity, increase focus and encourage a positive mood,” Suzanne tells Celebrity Baby Scoop. “Using this information, I co-created NAP26 to give those of us who are constantly on-the-move a way to feel rejuvenated in a short amount of time.”

“Using binaural pulses and beats that allow the listener to drift into a restful sleep without falling into ‘deep sleep,’ NAP26 prevents the user from waking up groggy,” Suzanne says. “The Suzanne Somers NAP26 App guides listeners through the first two stages of sleep, where drowsiness and light sleep occur, and wakes them prior to the deep sleep stage with the gentle sound of birds.”

You would think that moms don’t have time to sleep, but fret not.

” A lot of moms, especially those who work outside the home, probably have few spare moments. But for those who do, NAP26 is the new lifesaver.”

Are you willing to try this app out? Let us know how it works!

[Photo via PR Photos.]

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Chris Rogers was an editor and contributor to Babble, writing for the Entertainment and Celebrity channels. Rogers is currently a senior editor at HollywoodLife.com

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