Increased Risk for Depression Among Diabetic ‘Night-Owls’

PSYCH CENTRAL | on Mon, Apr 3, 8:45 AM

A new study finds that people with type II diabetes who prefer the evening for activity report having more symptoms of depression[1] than those who are early to bed and early to rise, regardless of the quality of their sleep[2].“These findings are important because depression is common in patients with type II diabetes,” said lead investigator Sirimon Reutrakul, M.D., an associate professor at Mahidol University Faculty of Medicine, Bangkok, Thailand.“Also, previous studies show that untreate...

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