Divorce impacts the entire family, and can negatively affect sleep. The added stress and changes that come with divorce can cause sleep disorders as well as mental and physical health issues. The following link will guide you through improving self-care and prioritizing you and your families quality of sleep.
Troubled sleep, insomnia, and oversleeping are classic symptoms of clinical depression. While not all depressed people have sleep disorders, many do. When evaluating patients for depression, doctors typically ask about sleep patterns as part of the diagnosis.
Problematically, sleep problems worsen mood and can cause depression themselves, creating a vicious cycle. The following link will help guide you through better sleep and improved depression.
According to Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), anxiety is a reaction to stress. Its key markers are feelings of tension, worried thoughts, and physical changes such as elevated blood pressure. The following link will help guide you through understanding the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and online resources for numerous anxiety disorders.