14 Mar 2021

Irregular sleep patterns linked to bad moods, depression

From Sunday Morning, 7:18 am on 14 March 2021

The more variation in our wake up and sleep time, the worse mood and more chances of depression symptoms we're likely to experience. That's the finding from a new study, conducted by a team from the University of Michigan. Yu Fang is the lead author of the study and a research specialist at the Michigan Neuroscience Institute.

Insomnia and sleepless concept. Man unable to sleep. Exhausted and tired. Covering face with hand. Alarm clock on nightstand and bed in bedroom.

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