Sleep deprivation declines positive vibes, new study

A study has found that sleep deprivation can lead to a decrease in positive feelings in people.

In the study conducted at the University of East Anglia, Britain, the researchers examined 154 studies conducted over a period of more than 50 years. The study was conducted on more than 5,000 people between the ages of seven and 79.

In the study, sleep deprivation (a condition in which people get less sleep than usual) was associated with a marked decrease in positive feelings in people.

At the same time, sleep deprivation was also associated with an elevated risk of anxiety and depression, although this effect was apparently minor.

“When people don’t enjoy enjoying activities like meeting friends or watching a favorite TV show, they are at an increased risk of developing depression,” said Dr Joe Bower, lead author of the study from The University of America.

He said that such people are not able to mix with people, so their risk of falling alone increases.

Dr. Joe Bower said that in our sleep-deficient society, people often wake up late at night, but this analysis shows that less sleep can affect their mood.

The study was published in the journal Psychological Bulletin.

Nasir Taimoori

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