There’s good news for early birds.
A new study says waking up earlier, even by just one hour, could help lower your risk of depression.
A genetic study of 840-thousand people examined the connection between sleep timing and mood.
It found shifting sleep time by just one hour reduced the risk of depression by 23-percent.
Study researchers say the discovery could have important implications for a post-pandemic world as many people working and learning remotely shifted to a later sleep schedule.
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