Not receiving enough sleep could result in erratic and disruptive behavior at work, researchers say.
A new study by Rotterdam School of Management says that lack of sleep causes “unwanted” activity, which is linked to lower levels of self-control and a destructive work cycle.
Researchers say that the unwanted behavior leads to selfish impulses that are not kept in check by self-control.
Findings of the study suggested that lack of sleep from one night could be powerful enough to influence people’s behavior.
The study argues that lack of sleep can reduce people’s ability to regulate their impulses - so that they behave in a way that they would not do normally.