Sleep Disorders and Mental Health

The intricate relationship between sleep disorders and mental health is undeniable. Poor sleep quality or insufficient sleep can exacerbate mental health challenges like anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder. Conversely, mental health issues can disrupt sleep patterns, leading to insomnia or hypersomnia.
Sleep is vital for emotional regulation and cognitive function, and disruptions can worsen mood disorders or trigger psychosis in some cases. Treating sleep disorders is often a crucial component of mental health care, as it can enhance the effectiveness of therapy and medications. Understanding and addressing this symbiotic relationship is pivotal for promoting holistic mental well-being and better overall health.

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