Sleep well for better mental health


'Social jetlag' occurs when you have a big difference between your sleep time on your work and free days, which can impact on your mental health. — AFP

Getting a good night’s sleep can help us manage our feelings and make us more resilient, according to University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, sleep expert Dr Jo Bower.

Dr Bower, from the university’s School of Psychology, researches the link between sleep, mood and mental health, examining how different aspects of sleep can influence our emotional responses.

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