Having A Sense of Purpose Can Literally Help You Sleep At Night | Thrive Global

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People who felt their “lives had the most meaning,” according to the Guardian, were less likely to have sleep apnea, and had “slightly better sleep quality overall.” It might be that purpose acts as a buffer against sleep issues: “We found that higher levels of purpose in life were generally protective against the occurrence of sleep apnea and RLS [Restless Leg Syndrome] as well as the onset of sleep apnea and RLS over the following 1 to 2 years,” the study authors wrote.

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