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This is how sleep loss alters emotional perception

April 11, 2019

Ever felt grumpy after a sleepless night? When we do not manage to satisfy our need for rest, our brains tend to rebel in various ways.

Sleep deprivation, studies have shown, can be just as bad as being drunk, as it alters your perception of space and your reaction time.

More recent research has even suggested that people who sleep poorly are more likely to shun social contact and be intuitively avoided by others.

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