Is Depression Associated With Poor REM Sleep?

AAEAAQAAAAAAAASvAAAAJDkyNWVjMTVjLTg0MDgtNDE5MS04YjcwLTE5MTE3NzU0ZGE4OQNew research suggests that the bad and “restless” REM sleep experienced by insomnia patients may, in turn, undermine their ability to overcome emotional distress, raising their risk for chronic depression and anxiety.

To find out more about REM sleep, and the affect this has on emotion regulation, follow the link below:

http://www.webmd.com/depression/news/20160208/poor-rem-sleep-may-be-linked-to-higher-risk-for-anxiety-depression


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