Happy Heads May Get Better Sleep, Cornell University Study

Published: Apr 30, 2013

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When a person’s happiness swings widely in reaction to the good and bad things that happen during the day, sleep can suffer. Researchers analyzed data from 100 middle-aged participants in a longitudinal study of midlife in the United States that included telephone interviews about participants’ daily experience as well as subjective and objective measures of sleeping habits.

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