sleep

Can Sleep Apnea Cause Depression?

Causes of Depression

This is a guest post by Shanna Laub. I’m pleased to publish this piece because it refers to some recent research about the link between sleep deprivation and depression. This is something that interests me, having noted from my own experiences that there appears to be a connection between sleep and depression. Having depression is […]

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Lack of sleep and depression: which is the cause and which the effect?

Causes of Depression

An interesting report on lack of sleep and depression caught my eye today. Insomnia is often cited as a symptom of severe depression, but is not usually said to be involved in causing depression. Although there was some earlier research from the University of Western Australia, which I looked at here on TooDepressed.com, which did […]

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Sleep problems may lead to depression in older men

Depression in Men

A recently published study by researchers at the University of Western Australia (UWA) has uncovered a link between sleeplessness and depression. Now if you know anything about depression, you may well be thinking: “Great! What next? Scientific proof that the sun rises in the morning and that the Pope is a catholic?” Ok, it’s true […]

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