For better mental health, get some sleep

Perry, David
May 2006
Furniture/Today;5/15/2006, Vol. 30 Issue 35, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the collaboration between the Better Sleep Council and the National Mental Health Association to celebrate May as the Better Sleep Month and the Mental Health Month in the U.S. According to Cynthia Wainscott, acting president and CEO of the National Mental Health Association, sleep plays an important role in the overall health of the person. Psychologist Amy Wolfson said that sleep and mood or other cognitive emotional behaviors are related.


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