Researchers have previously found that people who develop Alzheimer’s show changes in sleep years before their memory begins to decline, reports USA Today.

If napping is a part of your routine on a regular basis though, you don’t need to worry about taking an afternoon snooze, or mid-morning for that matter.

“It only gets worrisome when it represents a change,” said Grinberg. “For instance, in some cultures, it is pretty common to nap every day. This is quite okay.”