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Mood and Sleep


MOOD & SLEEPūüí§

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It's no surprise: when people are emotionally wound up they find it difficult to fall asleep. The relationship between mood disorders and quality sleep is a dynamic, two-way street.

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Negative mood conditions can make it impossible to get a good quality night's sleep, but also disturbed or inadequate sleep can lead to bouts of depression or anxiety.

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Everyone experiences the occasionally frightening dream, but frequent nightmares are associated with depression and anxiety, poor quality of sleep and lower quality of life.

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The content of dreams also relates to what happens in your waking life. If you have low stress and a lot of happiness in your daily life, you may have more optimistic dreams. By comparison, you may have more disturbing dreams and impaired nighttime sleep quality if you're depressed or nervous during the day.

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The good news is that while you cannot control your dreams directly, you can work on improving your state of mind during the day. Also, the conditions like depression, anxiety and low mood are treatable. Addressing these problems will help you improve the quality of your sleep, as well as improving your daytime energy levels.‚ėļÔłŹ

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