Sleep Deprivation May Actually Improve Depression

 

Sleep deprivation may sound like a form of torture for some, but in controlled scientific settings, it has been found to be a fast-acting treatment for depression. In a recent meta-analysis done by the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, sleep deprivation reduced depression symptoms in about half of the subjects treated. Partial sleep deprivation, defined as 3-4 hours of...

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