Business Insider explains how depression and insomnia are related.

“The things that promote good quality sleep are a lot of daytime activities keeping you busy and almost wearing yourself out throughout the day,” says Shannon O’Neill, PhD, an assistant professor of psychiatry at Mount Sinai.

For example, a 2008 study also found that 83% of people with depression had at least one insomnia symptom compared to the 36% of non-depressed people who showed insomnia symptoms.

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