We asked 848 Spanish employees and investigated the relationship between optimism and sleep, feelings of being recovered, and feelings of being “burned out” from work.
We found that people who look to the future with confidence and who mostly expect good things to happen reported higher levels of sleep quality and adequate sleep quantity along with more frequent feelings of being recovered, and less frequent feelings of being “burned out” from work (sig. at the 0.01-level).
From a positive psychology perspective, optimism can be learned and taught. Check here how Albert Ellis’ ABC Model might help you to become more aware of pessimistic explanatory styles, confronting them, and replacing them with more optimistic and adaptive thoughts: https://lnkd.in/gynZeCrE How can you cultivate optimistic workteams? #positivepsychology #sleephealth #recovery