Irregular sleep tied to reduced happiness, well-being in young adults

Researchers examined 200 college students ages 18 to 25 and found that those with irregular sleepschedules reported lower morning and evening happiness, healthiness and calmness during the week, compared with those with regular sleep schedules. However, the findings, presented at the Associated Professional Sleep Societies meeting and published in the journal Sleep, showed improved well-being among those who transitioned from irregular to regular sleep patterns. HealthDay News (6/23)