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Let's Talk Sleep Disorders and Your Mental Health

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If you are the proud possessor of a 24-hour body clock and are happily in sync with your circadian rhythm, I heartily congratulate you on your good fortune; you are blessed and this is not for you.

Sleep disorders, of which there is a myriad, are the bane of many people’s existence. Myself included. So imagine my delight when I woke up this morning all groggy and bleary-eyed to discover evidence to support my theory that my sleep pattern isn’t so much a pattern at all, but a bona fide disorder.

Endearingly,  many healthy adults seem to have little trouble falling in step with the circadian rhythm and naturally follow the wake up feeling refreshed, become increasingly and annoyingly naturally sleepy throughout the day, and go to bed at an

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