Sleep and Optimism
People who are optimistic tend to sleep better.
A 2019 University of Illinois study shows people who are the most optimistic tend to be better sleepers. Again, as the lead researcher Professor Rosalba Hernandez said, "Optimists are more likely to engage in active problem-focused coping and to interpret stressful events in more positive ways, reducing worry and ruminative thoughts when they're falling asleep and throughout their sleep cycle…Dispositional optimism—the belief that positive things will occur in the future—has emerged as a psychological asset of particular salience for disease-free survival and superior health.”
A 2020 Medical University of Vienna Study concluded "Promoting dispositional optimism could represent a simple and accessible strategy to improve sleep quality and lower insomnia risk, with downstream beneficial health effects."
Shewte Netke, Ayurveda Doctor
"Ensure you are getting six to eight hours of undisturbed sleep, which helps build optimism, confidence, and energy."
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