Good Sleep is Vital for Social Life Too; Study Reveals

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Good Sleep is Vital for Social Life Too; Study Reveals

There have been researches to prove the nature of gratitude as a promoter of sleep, but this is for the first time that a reverse relation has been highlighted by the researchers from the University of California.

The research says that if an individual takes a good night sleep, he not only gets blessed with a healthy lifestyle and active well-being but he also gains positive and much greater feelings of gratitude.

According to some social psychologists, "pro-social" behavior, doing appreciation of others and developing a feeling of sharing and giving to others, is key to ones emotional well-being.

As said by Amie Gordon of the University of California - Berkeley, US: "A plethora of research highlights the importance of getting a good night's sleep for physical and psychological well-being, yet in our society, people still seem to take pride in needing and getting, little sleep".

Even the ways in which you decide and spend your hard earned money has a great emphasis over your health and happiness.

Gratitude is a crucial emotion that helps in forming and maintaining social bonds with each other. And lack of good sleep badly affects it.

To confirm the relationship, a study was carried out in which the attitudes of people who had good sleep the night before were compared with ones who didn't slept well.

 


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