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Poor sleep tied to mental health problems in teens

Researchers studied 4,790 teens and found that those who had experienced depression said they had both poor quantity and quality of sleep and those with anxiety had poor quality of sleep, compared with peers without depression or anxiety. The findings in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry also showed that those in the depression group had an average total of 3,325 minutes of sleep per week, compared with 3,597 in controls.

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