Whether you are prescribed medication or not, there are natural ways to treat low mood quickly... especially if the drugs aren't working the way you want. Plus, these simple, natural, holistic methods are clinically proven to work better than drugs.
John Hopkins Medicine reported:
People with insomnia have a 10x higher risk of developing depression than people who get a good night's sleep. And among people with depression, 75 percent have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep.
Which comes first? “Either one can be the starting point,” says Johns Hopkins sleep researcher Patrick H. Finan, Ph.D.
“Poor sleep may create difficulties regulating emotions that, in turn, may leave you more vulnerable to depression in the future—months or even years from now. And depression itself is associated with sleep difficulties such as shortening the amount of restorative slow-wave sleep a person gets each night.”
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