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Poor Sleep Quality During Pregnancy Increases Risk for Perinatal Depression

All women are at risk for depression during pregnancy and the postpartum period, and there is growing evidence to suggest that poor sleep during pregnancy and the postpartum period may be a risk factor for the development of perinatal depression. Undoubtedly the interplay between sleep and depressive symptoms is quite complex. Does sleep disruption cause… Read More »

Sleep deprivation and being ignored top list of things that cause arguments

Chronic sleep deprivation is causing millions of Brits to argue. A study of 2,000 UK adults found nearly half are more likely to become argumentative after a bad night’s sleep. The research found the average Brit will get just six-and-a-half hours sleep a night – a fifth less than the recommended eight hours. And 44… Read More »