Sleep Disorders | Sleep Review
Medscape: Childhood insomnia persists into adulthood and may increase the risk of internalization of the disorder in young adults.
However, the study found that childhood insomnia symptoms that subside in the transition to adolescence do not result in an increased risk of later mood or anxiety disorders.
“Because insomnia symptoms can trigger or perpetuate internalizing disorders, our findings reinforce the need for early sleep interventions to prevent future mental disorders,” said lead investigator Julio Fernandez-Mendoza, PhD, associate professor at Penn State College of Medicine, Hershey. Pennsylvania.
He presented his research at Virtual SLEEP 2021, the 35th annual meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies.
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