GI Experts Published New Study: Relation Between ADHD, Sleep and Performance
In a study published in the research journal Biological Psychiatry - Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, our experts Predrag Petrovic and John Axelsson show that healthy individuals with ADHD tendencies will become significantly worse in cognitive tasks if they do not sleep than those without such tendencies.
This suggests that a large proportion of the population is especially vulnerable to modern way of life with less sleep due to use of digital media late in the night. It also adds to the unresolved question why the effects of sleep deprivation is so variable between different individuals.
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