Optimism and Sleep
This morning we discussed the amount of sleep one should need, but let’s talk about those that are the best sleepers.
Finding consistency may help increase your optimism.
Wondering what we mean? A new study published in the Behavioral Medicine journal finds serious correlations between having a sunny disposition and logging high-quality Zs.
But why? If you have a positive outlook you may either a) get stressed less often or less severely or b) have an easier time coping with stress, making you less susceptible to stress-induced sleep struggles.
So, the moral of our posts today: let’s aim to get better sleep. Not only will we perform better, but we will also be more optimistic!