Sleep Problems In Adults Linked To Increased Risk Of Suicidal Behaviors

Thursday, April 2, 2009 - 22:14 in Psychology & Sociology

Adults who suffer chronic sleep problems may face an increased risk of suicidal behavior, new research indicates. American scientists studying more than 5,000 people found that the more types of sleep disturbances people had, the more likely they were to have thoughts of killing themselves, engage in planning a suicidal act or make a suicide attempt.

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