A study by University of Manchester researchers has shown for the first time that a bad night’s sleep is associated with suicidal thoughts the next day in people with depression.

A study by University of Manchester researchers has shown for the first time that a bad night?s sleep is associated with suicidal thoughts the next day in people with depression. Researcher Donna Littlewood says her observational study of 51 patients with depression and suicidal thoughts highlights the need for treatment of sleep disorders in...

http://www.manchester.ac.uk/discover/news/suicidal-thoughts-follow-bad-nights-sleep-in-people-with-depression/

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