Sleep Problems May Contribute to Mental Health Disorders

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Mental Health Disorders | Best Cure For Insomnia

According to Harvard Medical School, chronic sleep problems affect up to 80 percent of psychiatric patients. Sleep problems are especially prevalent in patients that have depression, bipolar disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and anxiety.

It was once thought that insomnia and other sleep issues were a symptom of psychiatric disorders. Research indicates that sleep problems may actually contribute to the development of psychiatric disorders. Treating sleep disorders may improve symptoms of the mental health disorder.

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