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There Could Be a Dramatic Hidden Impact of Not Having a Regular Bedtime, Study Shows – ScienceAlert

There’s already some strong evidence that getting to bed at a regular time is important for healthy living, besides how many hours of slumber we’re clocking up…

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There’s already some strong evidence that getting to bed at a regular time is important for healthy living, besides how many hours of slumber we’re clocking up in total. A new study has now found a link between disrupted sleep patterns and a higher risk of bad moods and depression.
In research involving the direct measurement of the sleep times and moods of 2,115 physicians over the course of their first year of training, scientists found that those with variable sleep patterns were more likely…

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