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Sleep duration, timing associated with repetitive negative thinking

19 Dec 2014
People who slept for a shorter duration or went to bed later experienced more repetitive negative thinking than those who held regular sleep-wake schedules, according to study data.Repetitive negative thinking is associated with generalized anxiety d...

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