Preventing Insomnia-related Depression with Increased Brain Activity
Poor sleep is a common symptom of depression and is also found to be a risk factor for depression. But not everyone who does not get good sleep is depressed. Individuals can be protected from adverse mental health effects of poor sleep, especially those whose brains are more accustomed to rewards, reveal neuroscientists in a new study by Duke University.
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