How to deal with social jetlag and reduce depression risk?
Mental Health Sleep Social Jetlag

How to deal with social jetlag and reduce depression risk?

Karolina Punovuori
Karolina Punovuori

In 10 seconds? Research suggests that “social jet lag” increases the chance of heart disease, can lead to obesity but also increases the risk of depression. Luckily, a consistent sleep pattern and revised meal times can be good counter-measures.

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