March 25, 2019
Sleep Loss and Emotion Regulation
Did you know sleep deprivation can make it difficult to regulate your emotions?
Studies found that humans have evolved to spend roughly one-third of our lifetime sleeping. Ideally, everyone should sleep about 8 hours a night. This will help your mind and body function successfully. Those with a less sleep can be experiencing a lack of emotional regulation by the brain’s amygdala.
Tip: Try going to bed just 10 minutes earlier every night.
Read more at: Sleep Loss and Emotions
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