Study ties good sleep to higher quality of life, lower depression risk

06/14/2011 | HealthDay News

A study that followed 10,654 patients for two years found that those slept six to nine hours every night reported higher quality of life and had a lower risk of depression compared with those who slept less and those who slept more. The researchers, who presented the findings at the Associated Professional Sleep Societies meeting, said that sleep needs vary from person to person.

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