These studies have found that sleep disturbances may actually be working as a trigger, raising your risk of developing a mental health condition. While scientists aren’t exactly sure why this is, they have found some connections.
When we sleep, we cycle through different stages of rest – REM and non-REM sleep. Studies have shown that REM sleep helps our brains improve learning skills, memory, and overall emotional health. When this type of sleep is disrupted, our neurotransmitters and stress hormones are also disrupted. This disruption can exacerbate any already-present symptoms of mental health conditions and vice versa.
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