Late Sleepers At Disadvantage During Routine Work Day

A new study reveals naturally late sleepers have poorer performance during regular working hours


The brain function and routine performance of night owls, or people who sleep late at night, differs from those who are early risers and may make them perform poorly compared to their peers. According to a recent article in BBC, researchers conducted studies and scans on the brains of late sleepers as well as “morning larks” – early risers – to see if they performed differently during day hours.