Today many people often complain about not having much time to rest due to their responsibilities. That said, a man named Nick Vitello, who is believed to be from the United States (USA), has caused a furore in the social media for revealing the trick to take “best nap” when you only have 8 minutes to spare.
The young man, through his account TikTok (@getaheadwithnick), released a video to publicize the method. In the recording it can be seen that he was in his apparent home when he decided to share the information with his followers.
“This is what you do when you’re super tired but you only have 8 minutes”he began by saying. “Get on the floor and put your feet up on the bed like this, or something high, whatever”he added while showing himself lying on the floor with his legs at a 90-degree angle on the bed, according to what he indicated The Sun.
“Set a timer for eight minutes and take the best nap of your life”he later stated. “It’s a Navy Seals trick and it works!”, he stressed. This video, which barely lasts 13 seconds, already has more than 27 million views on TikTok.
Although several users were very surprised by the trick, there were also those who only expressed that they doubt that it is effective for them, since it usually takes them a long time to sleep.
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