Night Owls and Emotional Problems



February 15, 2019

As of late there are more people discussing the importance of sleeping 7 to 9 hours every night to be emotionally and physically healthy than ever before. Naps ruin the pattern and unless sick should be avoided. Meditation for more than a few minutes results in the person falling asleep and that's not helpful. I know some people can't sleep through the night because they have physical problems. That really messes with your focus the next day.

Let's move to Night Owls. I have found that the majority of "Night Owls" have emotional problems - often substance abusers who suffer from depression, anxiety disorders and focusing challenges. One bipolar male client in his late 20's told me that he sleeps all day. At night he goes to bars not to drink but to get into fights with others. He argues online. He knows he is self destructive - having been off and on meds for years. Who supports him - family and disability.

Life Really Is Harder for Night Owls. Here's Why.   Live Science - February 15, 2019

Night Owls May Have Higher Depression Risk - Morning people were less likely to develop depression than night owls, a new study found.   New York Times - June 20, 2018




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