Sleep pertains to an actual phase in which both the body and mind are allowed to rest. During sleep, a person is generally inactive and thus, not aware of his or her immediate surroundings. Individuals experiencing sleep problems due to physical and/or mental health conditions such as stress are likely unable to get enough rest each night. They often catch a few hours of sleep during the early hours of the morning; however, they often need to get up and go to work or school by 6 a.m.

Having sleep problems due to stress and poor mental health can be difficult enough to cope with, so it may be easy to imagine its impact on both physical and mental health. Having several cups of coffee each day for that caffeine boost can only be initially effective, and after some time, the same sleep problems due to stress may occur, often impacting one’s mental health.


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