People who sleep less than eight hours a night are more likely to be frustrated and anxious, according to a new study.
The study, conducted by researchers at Binghamton University in New York and published in ScienceDirect recently, compared the time and duration of sleep among people with moderate to high rates of recurrent negative thoughts, including anxiety and fevers.
The researchers found that people with sleep disorders have difficulty moving away from negative information, suggesting that inadequate sleep leads to negative thoughts in people’s lives.
Jakob Nota, one of the researchers who conducted the study, said negative thoughts could easily expose people to various types of mental disorders, including frustration and anxiety.
Researchers are working to find the link between sleep disorder and how it affects these basic processes that help overcome negative thoughts.
The researchers hope that their study can find a solution that helps to treat anxiety and frustration by converting patients’ sleep cycles into a healthy pattern.
— VOP Today News (@VOP_Today) January 8, 2018