Treating Insomnia May Lead To Improvements In Mental Health Symptoms

Research Summary | December 6, 2017

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Individuals with mental disorders often experience sleep difficulties, but traditionally, these have been considered symptoms of the illnesses. As a result, interventions for sleep may be given low priority. There is an alternative hypothesis, however: sleep may be a significant contributing factor in the development and escalation of symptoms of mental illness. However, few studies…

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