Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry

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Teens with Sleeping Problems are Prone to Self Harm

Adolescents with sleep problems were significantly more likely to report self-harm than those without sleep problems,¬†according to the findings of a study led by Mari Hysing from Uni Research in Bergen, and published in the British Journal of Psychiatry. Insomnia, short sleep duration, long sleep onset latency, wake after sleep onset as well as large … Read more

The Dangers of Bipolar Self Inflicted Injuries

Whatever the method of attempt at bipolar disorder self injury, there is seriousness attached to it. People who have attempted suicide in the past are 40 times more likely to commit suicide than those who never have attempted it before. If a person begins to make final arrangements, or to set his or her affairs … Read more