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Poor sleep quality associated with negative thinking
Poor sleep quality associated with negative thinking (December 22, 2014 - Insidermedicine) From New York - A new report published in the journal Cognitive Therapy and Research finds a link between sleep and negative thinking. Researchers asked 100 young adults about their sleeping habits and also perform two computerized tasks. They gauged the participants’ repetitive negative thinking (RNT), where a person is continually worrying or obsessing over the negative aspects of their life, their future, or their past experiences. The researchers found that those participants who slept for fewer hours, or who went to bed later experienced more RNT than those who kept a more regular sleep-wake schedule.
 
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