Productive Muslimah, Successful Muslimah!

If you are at all able to take a short nap during the day, by all means, you should – and you shouldn’t feel guilty about it as we now know the amazing benefits of napping; worldly and in the Hereafter… al-Hamdulillah!

So, if you’re ready to get into your a napping habit, here’s a research-based method to get you started

These tips will help you maximize the benefits of napping, and may just have you make naps a part of your everyday schedule….

— Shawana A. Aziz

The Amazing Benefits of Power Napping!

According to a growing body of scientific research, napping can actually be a very good and very smart thing to do. How so? Napping can help refresh the mind, make you more creative, boost your intelligence, and even help you live a longer, healthier life.

Your Sincerity and Eagerness for waking up at night for Qiyaam will become easy if you take afternoon naps or catnap which will reset your system and get a burst of alertness and increased motor performance for these blessed last days of Ramadan.

At the end of your nap, you will awaken refreshed and rested. This will result  you to  stand for long hours in your Qiyam by absorbing your laziness.

read on below to more more nap benefits;

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Active Qiyaam, take a Power Nap!

Want to boost your Qiyaam performance? Take a Nap!

Some of us have already entered the last 10 days of Ramadaan, while others are just about to…

Qiyaam during these days is on everybody’s mind, and we struggle to keep awake during the nightly hours – but that’s not enough because to make the most of these precious fading nights we need to efficiently perform good deeds – the more productive your performance, the more the rewards – as Allah’s Messenger said,

• Whoever recites 10 verses in Qiyaam, will not be recorded as one of the forgetful,

• Whoever recites a 100 verses in Qiyaam, will be recorded as one of the devout,

• Whoever prays a 1,000 verses in Qiyaam will be recorded as one of the muqantareen (those who pile up good deeds).”

- (hasan) Saheeh al-Targheeb (635)

- and undoubtedly, for efficiency and productivity, we need energy and alertness…

There are dozens of research studies that show the beneficial effects of napping;

Naps genuinely refresh your mind – even a nap as short as 10-15 minutes has been shown to provide a fresh burst of energy.

So, rather than fighting to stay awake at your Qiyaam this Ramadaan, take a Power-Nap during the day!

To further convince you about napping being an effective tool to boost your Qiyaam performance, later today we have a post by Sister Sara about the Scientific researches done on the benefits of Napping.

We also have another beneficial post about tips for a Perfect nap.

Stay in touch! 

— Shawana A. Aziz