.....The rigors of balancing
academics and athletics can be daunting for student-athletes, both from a sleep and a mental health perspective.
morning practices, the pressure of playing major college athletics, and the
dedication needed to balance both academics and athletics leads to high rates
of depression, anxiety, and various sleep conditions.
new research presented during the annual SLEEP 2023 in
Indianapolis, investigators explored how circadian preferences might impact the
prevalence of both sleep disorder and psychiatric conditions for
team, led by Jesse Cook, University of Wisconsin-Madison, assessed the
influence of circadian preference on sleep, depression, and anxiety on
student-athletes based in Canada.....