Experts say that less peaceful sleep is better than more restless sleep.
A recent study has shown that while lack of sleep causes mental and physical problems, it also affects human behaviour and especially emotions such as helping others or feeling the pain of others.
According to research published in the scientific journal Plus Biology, a good night’s sleep affects not only a person’s physical and mental health, but also his or her relationships with other people.
Experts looked at three different studies to see if there was a connection between sleep and feeling “numb.” One of the studies used MRI scans to look at people’s brains.
In a study, experts looked at data on donations made in US states between 2001 and 2016. They also looked at the personal information of those who made donations.
MRI scans were done on the brains of the volunteers in the second study. The volunteers were split into two groups.
Experts put people who slept for eight hours in one group and volunteers who didn’t get enough sleep in another. They found that even one hour of sleep loss affected the parts of the brain that make people sensitive and willing to help others. These parts were less active in people who didn’t get enough sleep than in those who did.
In a third study, experts looked at data from 100 people who slept only a few hours after being awake for three to four nights, while some of them slept several hours a day. But they did not sleep peacefully.
During the same study, experts found that sleep that is restful is better than sleep that isn’t restful because it keeps certain parts of the brain fully active.
After looking at the results of all three studies, experts came to the conclusion that not getting enough sleep makes people “apathetic and selfish” and less important to social issues and life in general.
According to experts, lack of sleep has become a ‘global epidemic’ and this is the reason why we see social problems and tensions around the world.
Experts suggested that humans should have peaceful sleep to improve the society and understand the suffering of humanity