The degree of overlap between MDD and burnout is unclear. However, dysfunctional sleep patterns are known risk factors for both conditions.
Sleep-disordered breathing is associated with changes in the brain, including amyloid deposition in brain regions typically involved in Alzheimer disease.
Patients with bipolar disorder experienced significant reductions in sleep efficiency, which was not the case in patients with schizophrenia, although effect sizes for bipolar disorder were smaller overall.
Mild circadian rhythm disruption resulting from irregular sleep timing and duration patterns may be associated with an increased risk for cardiovascular disease events.
A study of Chinese healthcare workers may foreshadow the mental health burden placed upon physicians, nurses, and other professionals as COVID-19 strains the medical system in the United States.
Persistent severe sleep problems during the first postnatal year are associated with an increased risk for anxiety problems. and emotional disorders at age 10.
Solriamfetol offers short-term improvements in functional status, health-related quality of life, and work productivity in people with narcolepsy.
Gulf War illness poses a high disease burden on veterans almost three decades after the conflict.
Depression contributed to elevated ratings in patients with MDD on items related to perceived inability to cope with the negative consequences of disturbed sleep and reported tendency to cancel social plans after poor sleep.
Hypersomnolence among the elderly is associated with an increased risk for subsequent development of medical conditions, including diabetes, cancer, and hypertension.