Neuroscientists link sleep with innovation, and being deprived of it is associated with impaired mental ability. In fact, there are studies that prove that just one day of poor sleep affects innovative thinking and flexible decision-making. By 2020, the World Economic Forum state creativity will be one of the top three job skills.
When we get a good night’s sleep, our muscle tissues grow and recover and our brain is energized. Forgetfulness is a common sign of not enough sleep, and a foggy brain canât communicate well. More than 85% of corporate executives, employees, and educators blame ineffective communications as a primary reason for failures in the workplace.
The more sleep-deprived you are, the slower you become at getting tasks done at work according to a 2012 Journal of Vision study. And because itâs taking you more time to get stuff done, youâre working more and becoming burnt out.
A lack of sleep affects the prefrontal cortex of the brain, which controls self-control. There is a study that shows when a supervisor doesnât sleep well, they have less self-control and are more abusive in their behavior the following day. Stress hormones are definitely difficult to regulate when weâre not sleeping enough.
Dependency and opting for the easy way out can cause us to be less likely to receive a promotion and more prone to interpersonal problems with colleagues. On top of social loafing, it has been discovered that not getting enough sleep causes us to be more likely to blame others for our mistakes, lie, and take the credit for something we havenât done.
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