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Dynamics between Sleep and Self-Control

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When people do not sleep enough or if their sleep is too disrupted, self-control difficulties and failures are more likely to emerge. These difficulties and failures are likely due to changes in the goals and temptations that characterize a self-control dilemma as well as due to deteriorations in the underlying cognitive and emotional factors which support the exertion of self-control. While sleep is a key factor in self-control, self-control is critical for getting healthy sleep. Self-control is often necessary for avoiding nighttime distractions and temptations which delay bedtime and for down-regulating arousing emotions which make it difficult to fall and stay asleep. Putting these disparate streams of research together suggests that sleep and self-control are locked in a reciprocal relation and understanding this dynamic can provide further insight into sleep and self-control.

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Hisler, G., Križan, Z. (2019). Dynamics between Sleep and Self-Control. In: Križan, Z. (eds) Sleep, Personality, and Social Behavior. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-30628-1_7

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