Chronic insomnia is associated with reduced ratings of emotion intensity for face expressions, according to a study in the April issue of SLEEP. Patients with insomnia rated expressions displaying sadness and fear as significantly less emotionally intense than healthy good sleepers.
Insomnia may blunt perception of facial emotions
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