Health knowledge made personal
Join this community!
› Share page:
Go
Search posts:

Collateral Damage

Posted Aug 24 2008 2:01pm
As obvious as this article might be, it serves as a great reinforcement of one of the many kinds of "collateral damage" that a lack of sleep causes (as my spouse can attest there are a few...).



I know when my sleep problems arise again (as they are now - the medication's effect seems to be decreasing and my internal alarm clock seems to think 5:00 AM is the right time to rise) my outlook is greatly coloured in a negative fashion. Which leads me back to this study that reinforces what many have experienced anyways - the less sleep, the more bad attitude we have about things that normally we take easily in stride., like our jobs.



I wonder if those of us who are sleep deprived should have a warning label about volatility at times :-)
Post a comment
Write a comment: