Mood disturbances and depression linked to disrupted sleep routines finds study
6 monthes ago - By News Medical
According to a new study, people who routinely had a disrupted night's sleep had an altered 24 hour cycle were more at risk of getting mood disorders, depression, bipolar disease. They score low on happiness and feel more lonely say researchers. This study, explain researchers, is vital in understanding the balance between rest and activity. The study appeared in the latest issue of the journal Lancet Psychiatry.
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