Low-quality sleep can lead to procrastination, especially among people who naturally struggle with self-regulation

  New research that was recently published in Frontiers in Psychology¬†provides important insights regarding the connection between sleep quality and the tendency to procrastinate. Prior studies have shown that procrastination occurs as a result of a low capacity for self-regulation. Essentially, this means that people procrastinate because they are¬†unable to properly control their behavior, which causes them to engage in … Continue reading Low-quality sleep can lead to procrastination, especially among people who naturally struggle with self-regulation