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Sleep disruptions may increase risk of suicide

Interviews with 18 participants reveal a link between sleep problems and suicidal thoughts, according to a study in BMJ Open. For example, being awake at night heighted the risks of suicidal thoughts and attempts. Read more and access the study.

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