Waking up just one HOUR earlier could reduce your risk of depression by 23%, study finds

Waking up just one hour earlier could reduce the risk of depression by 23 per cent, a new genetic study reveals.

Researchers at University of Colorado Boulder analysed the genetic data of nearly 840,000 adults of European ancestry.

They found a link between earlier sleep timing patterns – getting up and going to bed early – and lower risk of a ‘major depressive disorder’.

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