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I'm much nicer when I'm rested

For the "astonishing research of the blindingly obvious" file:

Not getting a good night's rest may be negatively affecting your love life.

A UC Berkeley study shows that poor sleeping habits may lead to couples feeling unappreciated. Often times, not getting the required amount of shut eye can leave people "too tired to say thanks."

"Poor sleep may make us more selfish as we prioritize our own needs over our partner's," Amie Gordon, a UC Berkeley psychologist and lead investigator of the study, said in a press release.

Next grant up for grabs: Do grumpy people have fewer friends than pleasant people?

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