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And mismatches between the clock and the environment, for instance as a result of jet lag or shift work, have been shown to play a role in mood disorders and even cancer risk.
Though study authors aren’t sure why, a prevailing theory is that some people with mood disorders may have a malfunctioning body clock, which a lack of sleep could help reset.
Both Jared Loughner, who shot and severely injured Representative Gabrielle Giffords, and the Aurora, Colorado, shooter James Holmes, for example, had histories of mood disorders.
There was significant selection bias: Many of the brains came from families who had noticed CTE symptoms, including mood disorders and dementia.
Meltzer-Brody is part of a team searching for genetic factors that may play a role in postpartum mood disorders.
Some may suffer from trauma or have a mental-health issue, such as a mood disorder, addiction or a personality disorder.
People with mood disorders, including those who are unresponsive to conventional therapies, might be able to ditch their antidepressants and antianxiety medications.
There's your proof that depression doesn't discriminate: Not even Ivanka Trump, who possesses every advantage a working mother could have, is exempt from the mood disorder.
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