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WORKSHOP: The Science of Sleep & Mental Health

Date and Time
Wednesday March 10, 2021
11:00am - 11:45am

Sleep is essential for the physical upkeep of the body, but it also helps maintain cognitive skills, such as attention, learning, memory, and emotional regulation.  In turn, sleep is closely connected to mental and emotional health and has demonstrated links to depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and other conditions. Evidence points to a bidirectional relationship - mental health conditions can disrupt sleep, and lack of sleep can affect mental health.

Fortunately, there are proven ways to improve sleep quality and break out of this vicious cycle. Join us to learn more.

VIRTUAL: Watch your LSUS email for the Zoom link.

Counseling Services, 318-797-5365,
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