As anyone who has ever suffered with mental health problems such as depression or anorexia nervosa will know, sleep is something that seems to either be unobtainable or unavoidable. Many other forms of mental health conditions also affect sleep quality and quantity, which is why insomnia often has a mental cause. How Depression Affects Sleep One of the worst things about severe clinical depression is feeling absolutely mentally and physically exhausted, yet lying awake night after night watching the clock. While some depression sufferers find all they want to do is sleep and are able to sleep during the day
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