What’s The Deal With Depression Naps? | HuffPost

Spend some time scrolling through your social media feed and you’re likely to come across the term “depression nap.”

Like its name would suggest, a depression nap is a period of time where someone takes a lengthy snooze in order to shy away from unwanted emotions or symptoms associated with their depression.

It’s a largely internet-created phenomenon, with the sleeping trend gaining popularity among those on social media, according to Michelle Drerup, director of behavioral sleep medicine at the Cleveland Clinic.

Read on: What’s The Deal With Depression Naps? | HuffPost

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