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Losing sleep triggers viral loneliness, makes people less sociable—study

Researchers found that sleep deprivation triggered viral loneliness and made affected people less likely to interact with others. Scientists from the University of California Berkeley (UC Berkeley) conducted experiments on sleep deprivation, which led them to believe losing sleep could kill a person s social life. They published their findingsin the journal Nature Communications on Aug. 14. Through their studies, the researchers observed that people who lost sleep tended to feel lonelier and less like

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