Mouse Model Suggest Bullying Harms Sleep, Bio-Rhythms

Research on an animal models shows that being bullied can lead to sleep disorders and a variety of stress-related mental illnesses. Neuroscientists determined that being bullied produces long-lasting, depression-like sleep dysfunction and can lead to circadian rhythm-related issues. This disruption of daily biological rhythms can lead to clinical depression and stress-related disorders. The researchers, however,…