But more frequent napping provided no benefit, researchers found.
After a sleepless night, you likely feel sluggish the next morning, and a small new study suggests why: Your brain cells feel sluggish, too. And when those brain cells are tired, you may be more likely to be forgetful and get distracted more easily, the research found.
Our current reality is that life could be overwhelming. There’s so much to do: work, take care of our families, deal with other pressing needs and of course, engage on social media. In the midst of this ever-active hub of events, it is very easy to lose focus of what’s important. Like sleep!
Depression is a debilitating illness no matter what way you look at it, but from a perspective of sleep, it also has a number of detrimental effects. In fact, sleeping issues may actually stem from an undiagnosed bout of depression, so closely linked can the symptoms be.