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Sleep On It Before Making A Big Decision

Before making a big decision you may want to sleep on it.
A study from Duke University Medical School found that choices made while sleep-deprived can be overly optimistic.

People in the study performed a series of money-related tasks twice.
Once, after a normal night of sleep and another after a night of sleep deprivation.
Those who didn't get enough sleep tended to make more risky decisions with money than they did with a full night's sleep.

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