Irregular Sleep Connected to Bad Moods and Depression, Study Shows

February 18, 2021

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Presented by Health Lab

A new study from a team at Michigan Medicine has found that an inconsistent sleep schedule may increase someone’s risk of depression just as much as getting little sleep or staying up late overall.

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