According to researchers, interruptions in circadian rhythm patterns appear to be highly correlated to mental health issues. New research comes from University of California Irvine linking widely known conditions including autism, ADHD and bipolar disorder with sleep interruptions. UCI also states that similar effects can likely be generalized to other mental health issues, such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, food addiction and Parkinson’s disease.
If you have problems with regular sleep patterns, from work or stress related reasons, reach out to see how therapy could benefit your physical and mental health.
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