“Sleep problems have long been recognized as a symptom of psychiatric and neurological disorders, including depression and Alzheimer’s. But increasingly, researchers are exploring the two-way street between disrupted sleep and disease. And researchers who started out interested in cognitive functions such as memory or brain development are finding themselves focused on sleep because it is so fundamental.” Click here to find out more about The Benefits of a Good Night’s Sleep.
Want to feel calmer, less impulsive and more connected? The answer may be as simple as a good night’s sleep.
All of us are familiar with the ways that a lack of good, restful sleep can negatively impact our waking hours. But the effects of sleep deprivation reach beyond the individual. In addition to diminished mental function and increased emotional reactivity, sleep deprivation can also take a toll on our relationships with others.
Learn more about sleep’s relationship to our emotional health by clicking here: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/sleep-newzzz/201811/4-ways-sleep-deprivation-can-harm-your-emotional-health