Is sleep deprivation an indicator of depression and anxiety?

Is sleep deprivation an indicator of depression and anxiety?

In order to ensure overall well-being, one of the essential factors is good sleep. Most adults need seven or more hours of sleep and those who claim to get by on fewer hours of sleep are only deceiving themselves. Not getting enough sleep could happen because of a range of reasons, such as working overnight or on a rotating shift, increased stress due to unemployment or workload at the workplace, and traveling between different time zones.

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Postpartum depression more than baby blues

Postpartum depression more than baby blues

Having a baby is one of the most beautiful feelings in the world. Besides filling one’s life with love and a lot of joy, it also heralds the immensely blissful phase of motherhood. However, not all mothers are lucky to enjoy this phase as postpartum depression (PPD) that occurs due to various physical and emotional factors affects many after childbirth.

Overall, women going through the challenging phase of postpartum depression often experience extreme sadness, anxiety and tiredness, which turn the daily care very bitter for both the mother and the child. In fact, in certain cases, the level of hallucination and […] Read more