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Personal Sleep Debt And Daytime Sleepiness Mediate The Relationship Between Sleep And Mental Health Outcomes In Young Adults

D. L. Dickinson, A. Wolkow, S. W. Rajaratnam, S. Drummond
Published 2018 · Medicine

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Sleep duration and chronotype (i.e., morningness–eveningness) are associated with increased depression and anxiety risk, but differences in individual sleep need and lifestyle may mean these sleep parameters do not present the same risk across all individuals. This study explored the mediating role of sleep debt and daytime sleepiness in the relationship between sleep and mental health symptoms in young adults, a particularly vulnerable population.
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