Delayed sleep onset in depressed young people

  title={Delayed sleep onset in depressed young people},
  author={Nicholas Glozier and Bridianne O’Dea and Patrick D. McGorry and Christos Pantelis and G{\"u}nter Paul Amminger and Daniel F Hermens and Rosemary Purcell and Elizabeth M Scott and Ian B. Hickie},
  booktitle={BMC psychiatry},
BACKGROUND The circadian abnormality of delayed sleep phase has been suggested to characterise a subgroup of depressed young adults with different risk factors and course of illness. We aim to assess the prevalence and factors, particularly substance use, associated with such delay in a large help-seeking cohort of young people with mental health problems. METHODS From a consecutively recruited sample of 802 help-seeking young people, 305 (38%) had at least moderate depressive symptoms (QIDS… CONTINUE READING
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