Everywhere I read that lack of sleep or sleeping at wrong times promotes health issues. Everyday I sleep at 5-6 am in the morning and wake up at 11-12 am as I am having a huge exam next year and I study at night for that. I nearly take 6-7 hrs sleep but timing is unusual. Please tell me whether it is going to affect my body or is this the reason of my depression? What else problem will I face because of sleeping time disorder?
BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology
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Dear user. I can understand. As long as you don't experience any physical or mental problems or disorders, your sleep schedule is OK. But you say here that you feel depression. That could be the indication that your body has not adjusted to the present study and sleep pattern. So you need to alter it. Study your day to day activities, mood change, depression symptoms and decide. I suggest online counseling and life style changes. Take care.
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