Some I’ve come to learn this year is...

Bad sleep = Bad decisions.

Research has shown that bad sleep can adversely affect a person's physical
health and emotional well-being.

However, the amount of sleep one gets can also influence your decision-making.

Good sleep helps us to:

Think clearly
Remember information
Make decisions

When we don’t get enough quality sleep, it impairs our “executive function.”

Sleep deprivation can take a heavy toll on our ability to make sound decisions,
with potentially disastrous outcomes.

So, this year I’ve decided to up my sleep game and prioritise rest because

“Bad sleep, bad decisions.”

— Andrew Wilkinson

Posted by Ryan Conlan on LinkedIn