Psychologists have determined sleep deprivation can leave a person without willpower, which means sleep may help people stick to 2015 resolutions, according to the Daily Mail.

In the latest study, he asked more than 1,000 people to rate both the quality of their sleep and how successful they were at achieving their New Year’s resolutions in an online survey.

More than 60 per cent of those who said they were getting enough sleep – usually regarded to be more than eight hours – were able to achieve their resolutions. 

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