Researchers at Stockholm University have concluded that lack of sleep makes you less attractive to people. Factors like attractiveness, health, and trustworthiness could be determined by onlookers, subconsciously knowing whether or not someone was sleep-deprived.
"These findings suggest that naturalistic sleep loss can be detected in a face and that people are less inclined to interact with a sleep-deprived individual," researchers said.
Essentially, your sleep habits have a huge impact on your social life and the way people perceive you.
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