Staying Awake: The Surprisingly Effective Way to Treat Depression

“Sleep, routine and daylight. It’s a simple formula, and easy to take for granted. But imagine if it really could reduce the incidence of depression and help people to recover from it more quickly.” At Mosaic, Linda Geddes investigates whether monitored sleep deprivation and chronotherapy can succeed where pharmaceutical antidepressants fail.

Source: Mosaic Science
Published: Jan 22, 2018
Length: 16 minutes (4,000 words)
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