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This sleep habit could improve your mental health

The correlation between sleep problems and depression has been flagged in other studies. Image: Unsplash/ Lux Graves

Johnny Wood

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The correlation between sleeping difficulties and depression is striking among US adults aged 40+.
The correlation between sleeping difficulties and depression is striking among US adults aged 40+. Image: Statista

More than four in 10 people have faced mental health issues in some countries.
More than four in 10 people have faced mental health issues in some countries. Image: Statista
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