A new study by the U.S. centers for control and prevention of diseases revealed the relationship of such sleep disorders like obstructive sleep apnea, and depression. Stop breathing, snoring, lack of oxygen during sleep when the soft tissue of the back of the throat blocking the upper airway, can be directly linked to the emotional state of the person.
In the new study 9700 adult men and women were diagnosed sleep, 6 percent of men and 3 percent of women were identified sleep disorders.
A team of researchers found that these symptoms, including snoring, were associated with the emotional state of the person, the honesty of the subjects felt losers, and they were overcome by a feeling of hopelessness, with no regard to age, weight, gender or race of the test have been identified.
"We assumed that people with respiratory disorders during sleep will be complaining about lack of sleep or poor quality, but did not expect other additional symptoms, for example, that they feel unhappy," said study author Anne Wheaton.
Although analytically scientists have identified a pattern of connection of depression and sleep disorders such as snoring, breath, about causation without additional research to speak early.