PTSD Study May Link Sleep Disorders to Veterans

PTSD Study May Link Sleep Disorders to Veterans

A study published in July 2016, by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, examines U.S. Veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder. PTSD is considered to be a mental health condition that develops after exposure to a traumatic event and can cause sleep disorders. These have been the chief complaints from over 9 million veterans. Sleep Disorders Sleep […]

Insomnia: A Healthy Response to Depression

Insomnia: A Healthy Response to Depression

    Though insomnia is often viewed as being an unfortunate accompaniment to depression, research indicates that perhaps this sleep disorder represents a healthy response to an otherwise off-kilter body chemistry. This supposed link between insomnia and depression is the serotonergic system—the body’s system for recognizing the neurotransmitter serotonin. If this is the case, this […]

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