Poor quality sleep may make you less attractive to others
A new study says that not having a proper sleep can make you less attractive to others. It also makes people less interested to spend time with you.
The research was done on 14 women and 11 men of the age 18 to 47 years. The participants had clicked their pictures after two consecutive nights of poor quality sleep.
122 volunteers of 18 to 65 years were asked how much interested they would be to interact with the person in the photo. They were also asked to give ratings to the photos on good looks, health, tiredness and honesty.
It found that volunteers were less interested in interacting with people who look tired, less healthy and more dull compared to when they had enough sleep.