No one likes waking up on the “wrong side of the bed” — this feeling affects more than just our emotions.
New research reveals that people who wake up expecting to have a stressful day can actually impact their own cognitive functioning.
Simply anticipating future stress puts a measurable bottleneck on our brainpower.
This can also be harmful to your daily memory function, independent of whether the stressful events actually happen or not.
Nobody likes getting up on the wrong side of bed, but it turns out the way you feel in the morning is much more than just an emotional haze.
New research reveals that people who wake up expecting to have a stressful day can actually impact their own cognitive functioning throughout the day — with the simple act of anticipating future stress putting a measurable bottleneck on our brainpower.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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