Wellness Evidence

A large, new study (91,000 people) from Lancet Psychiatry found that people with a disrupted body clock (highly active at night or inactive in the day) had higher rates of major depression, bipolar disorder, more loneliness, lower happiness, worse reaction times and more mood instability. Researchers noted, “…It was a warning to societies becoming less in tune with these natural rhythms.”

Access this study: http://www.wellnessevidence.com/wellnessevidence/sleep-health/spotlight

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