The bidirectional relationship between sleep and mental health
Play Video

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

The bidirectional relationship between sleep and mental health

Mental health and sleep share a strong bidirectional relationship. While sleep disturbances are common in mental health problems, recent studies are suggesting insufficient sleep itself can increase the risk for mental health issues. Dr R Priya Raghavan, Consultant psychiatrist at Cadabam’s Hospitals speaks with Happiest Health explaining the importance of sleep for improving our mental health.
SPEAKER

Dr R Priya Raghavan

Consultant psychiatrist

Share Your Experience/Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related

Webinars

Related

Webinars

This webinar focuses on the need for women to ensure their me time and how domestic chores are not equal to fitness exercises.
Juggling between multiple roles at home and the workplace, many women experience bouts of anxiety and even depression at times. Panel members discuss how mental health plays a pivotal role in women's wellness
Symptoms such as a runny nose, sneezing and cough during winter are often attributed to a drop in temperature. However, they can also occur due to allergies. Our expert panel recommends ways to deal with allergies during winter

0

0

0

0

0

0

Opt-in To Our Daily Newsletter

* Please check your Spam folder for the Opt-in confirmation mail

Opt-in To Our
Daily Newsletter

We use cookies to customize your user experience, view our policy here

Your feedback has been submitted successfully.

The Happiest Health team will reach out to you at the earliest