There is a definite link between a lack of sleep and depression. In fact, one of the most common signs of depression is insomnia.
This doesn’t mean that sleep problems are only caused by depression. Insomnia is considered to be the most common sleep disorder in the United States, impacting roughly a third of the population at some point in life.
Adults require roughly seven to nine hours of sleep a night, but most of us are getting by on just over six hours. Add depression to the mix and problems become magnified.
In this three-minute video, we’ll take a look at a few factors that may be impacting your sleep, and some easy to try remedies. After you watch it, drop me a note and let me know your favorite trick for improved slumber.