April 2021 Newsletter
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14th Annual Educational Symposium
The 14th Annual Educational Symposium will be held on October 1-2, 2021, at the Courtyard Marriott San Diego Airport/Liberty Station. We hope to see you there!
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Irregular Sleep Pattern and Mood
By: Joshua Roland, MD, FAASM
It is fairly intuitive that mood and sleep have a bidirectional relationship. When we sleep poorly, we are more likely to not be in our best disposition and have a compromised emotional threshold the following day. We also know anxiety, stress, and depression can contribute to having a more difficult time sleeping. The literature has by in large supported this, and it is not a huge surprise that more data is coming out validating and defining the relationship between sleep and mood.