Tossing and turning, staying out late, caring for a crying child; there are many reasons you might not get a good night’s sleep. But how does it impact you the next day? Poorly. Lack of sleep leaves you tired and affects your mood by increasing negative mood and decreasing positive mood. Here’s a look at how sleep loss affects your mood.
Increase in Negative Mood
Sleep loss makes people more likely to feel angry, irritable, and depressed. Emotional reactivity also tends to rise, so sleep deprived people are more likely to react negatively to things that don’t go well. Your ability to cope with stress decreases significantly.
Decrease in Positive Mood
Not getting enough sleep can also rob you of the emotional benefits of a positive experience. When you’re tired, you’re less likely to feel elated, friendly, or empathetic. Loss of sleep tends to lower positive moods in general.
Get a Better Night’s Sleep with Luxury Mattresses
A good night’s sleep is obviously important, but can be hard to achieve. One way to help yourself sleep better is by using the right custom made mattress. Luxury mattresses provide the support and comfort your body needs during the night to rest well. If you wake up sore and tired, it’s time to consider getting a custom made mattress.
Visit a Mattress Shop to Find Your Ideal Mattress
The effects of sleep loss on your mood can be dramatic, and not for the best. Help yourself get the rest you need by visiting a mattress shop to find a comfortable, supportive mattress that encourages a good night’s sleep.
At Sleep Boutique, we strive to give you the best sleep possible. We provide exceptional value at great prices because we manufacture and retail our products all under one roof. Your 100% Canadian Calgary mattress store for more advice or to find the mattress or pillow that’s best for you. (403) 287-1960 www.sleepboutique.ca – A Perfect Sleep Starts Here. Yours truly, Colin Crump.
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