Lack of sleep can raise an adult's level of anxiety and affect brain activity patterns, according to findings presented at the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting. Anxiety levels of study participants were 30% higher after a sleepless night, researchers found.
Anxiety levels increase with lack of sleep, study suggests
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