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  • All-nighters are being used as antidepressants
  • All-nighters are being used as antidepressants
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All-nighters are being used as antidepressants

Whether we lose sleep for the sake of exam-cramming or a heavy night out, the day after an all-nighter isn’t usually when we feel our best. But sleepless nights have been found to be an effective tool against depression, and could enable people with mental health issues to go drug-free.

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