Coping with Non-24-Hour Sleep Wake Disorder (Non-24) by forcing one’s self to keep a sleep schedule that matches the 24-hour day-night norm can lead to sleep deficits with symptoms that may mimic depression, and a possible misdiagnosis of Non-24 for a non-related psychiatric condition. Sleep deprivation itself, however, is a risk factor for depression, and can become an additional problem to manage alongside Non-24 (i.e., a co-morbidity) rather than a misdiagnosis.
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