Workplace napping is a natural low-cost way to increase worker productivity. Most employers do not mind a coffee break, but if employees take a nap break they will probably get fired. In today’s fast-paced society and cut-throat global-competition, most companies frown on the idea of “napping” in the workplace. But the concept of napping is going through a slow evolution because of the concerns about the “bottom line,” reduced productivity, and profits due to sleep deprivation. Sleep deprivation is estimated to cost U.S. businesses $18 billion annually (Paul, 1998).