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New Stanford Study Reveals Negative Impact of “Night Owls” Late Bedtimes on Mental Health

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New Stanford Study Reveals Negative Impact of "Night Owls" Late Bedtimes on Mental Health

New research from Stanford University brings concerning news for night owls: going to bed late can be detrimental to mental health. The study, conducted by a team of researchers at Stanford, finds that a consistent bedtime of 1 a.m. or earlier significantly reduces the risk of developing depression and anxiety, irrespective of an individual's chronotype, which refers to their natural inclination towards sleeping and waking times.

There's bad news for night owls. New research out of Stanford University shows that going to bed late is bad for your mental health. Sara Lee Kessler reports.

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