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Articles about Sleep and emotions

How closely are sleep and depression linked?

Depression and sleep often go hand in hand in a vicious circle. Sleeping badly can affect your mental health and low mood or worry can make it much harder to sleep. While sleep problems in people with depression can range from getting too little sleep to wanting to sleep all the time, the symptoms can impact our mood. If this sounds like you, read our article for more research backed information on how depression is linked to REM sleep and learn about treatment options for insomnia.


How does depression affect your sleep?

Depression is synonymous with poor sleep and vice versa. In this article we explore the relationship between two uncomfortable bedfellows and consider how to break a debilitating cycle.

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