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Sleep’s Emotional Side Effects

Catharine Willett February 12, 2016 0 comments 0

[su_dropcap style=”default” size=”3″ class=””]W[/su_dropcap]ith the craziness and stress of everyday life, sleep is often the first thing we sacrifice. Although it might seem at face value that more activity at the cost of sleep is beneficial, the negative impacts extend further than just disrupting your circadian rhythm.

Experts have determined that there is a serious need to prioritize the time with your pillow, unless you don’t mind feeling grumpy and lethargic. In fact, sleep has numerous adverse effects on all of your emotions; this blog series will specifically address happiness, sadness, anxiety, and anger.

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To keep all of our emotions in tact, we need sleep. Each emotion is affected differently and significantly from a lack of sleep, and the most common emotion experienced from sleep deprivation is anger. Stay tuned as we break down some of the major emotional side effects of sleeplessness in a four part series, beginning with anger.
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