decision-making-processes1Lack of sleep can make you groggy, irritable and cause a whole host of health issues.  Now you can add a lack of impulse control to the list of negative side effects of poor sleep.  In the study, “Interactions between Sleep Habits and Self-Control,”  psychologists at Clemson University, found a sleep-deprived person is at increased risk of succumbing to impulsive desires, inattentiveness and questionable decision making.  Getting enough sleep contributes to the most stable energy reserves and improves a person’s ability to made difficult choices, the article notes.   Sweet Dreams tonight and Happy Shopping tomorrow!