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Disrupted sleep cycles linked with mood disorders
by Lisa Rapaport
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7 June 2018
On 7 June 2018 Reuters reported:
People who have disrupted sleep cycles or less variation in their activity levels around the clock may be more likely to have depression, bipolar disorders, and other mental health issues, a UK study suggests. ...'That includes having a regular sleep schedule (sleeping and waking at about the same times), keeping active and exercising (which helps to regulate rhythms), avoiding late night light exposure (such as from mobile devices), and avoiding or addressing the circadian disruptions from shift work,' [said Dr. Raymond Lam, a psychiatry researcher at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, who wasn't involved in the study].
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Past research has found that people with a circadian rhythm, or biological clock, that's out of step with their daily routines -- like split shift or night shift workers -- can have an increased risk of emotional, behavioral, and psychological problems.
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