A most recent medical research reveals that depression is absolutely attached to lack of sleep.
Scientists from University of Adelaide did an extensive study on sleep. They studied the mental condition of more than 2,000 Australians. The participants were between the ages of 35 and 83. Toward the start of the study, experts made some adjustments of risk factors, for example, age, sex and race. What they did next is to observe the participants for 5 years and did some evaluation
To their surprise, health specialists found that daytime sheepishness increases depression by as much as 10 percent.
Dr. Hymn Lang, postdoctoral specialist at University of Adelaide, explains the study. He said that depression is one of the most widely recognized disorder in Australia. It has become a real health problem. Men are less likely to seek treatment than the women.
Besides, research shows that individuals living in rich nations are generally more prone to depression than men living in poorer countries. It can be said that depression is likewise associated with economic status of the person.
There was another study published in the Journal Sleep suggesting that apnea manifestations are connected to too much depression. One in five women experience the ill effects of sleep apnea in the United States. On the other hand, the vast majority of them are ignorant about their medical condition.
This latest study was published at the International Conference of American Thoracic Society.