The napping league: Which is the laziest uni?

The ultimate length is 45 minutes

Napping is normally reserved for babies or small children. But the hectic lifestyle of going out and studying at uni, much like playing in ball pits and sticking crayons up your nose, means a lot of students need to nap too. But which uni is the laziest?

The laziest students in the country were Nottingham Trent – 78 per cent of students napped either sometimes or all the time. But the studious people at Lancaster don’t need to rest – only 35 per cent nap.

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Scientists have long debated the ultimate length of a nap. It has produced research, started arguments and more importantly been the stuff of dreams. But some scientists have warned taking an early afternoon nap as an adult raises the risk of an early death by a third.