Pessimism and optimism may affect our sleep cycle
Aug 13, 2019
New research has found a link between sleep quality and people's optimistic disposition in life. Statistics have shown that 30% of adults in the United States suffer from sleep problems that don't allow them to get the necessary amount of sleep. In a recent study, results showed that optimistic people are 74% less likely to have insomnia or any other sleep disorder. Moreover, scientists recommended that people who were having trouble sleeping should consider getting a new mattress, limiting late evening alcohol consumption, exercising, or only using their bedrooms to sleep to improve their sleeping habits.