May 20, 2024

Just thinking you’ve had a good night’s sleep is more important to your mood than actually having one, study finds

The results, published in the journal Emotion, revealed that those who simply felt like they had slept well were in a better mood the next day – even if their sleep quality was actually poor.The results, published in the journal Emotion, revealed that those who simply felt like they had slept well were in a better mood the next day – even if their sleep quality was actually poor.Read MoreHealth News | Mail Online

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