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The relationship between subjective sleep disturbance, sleep quality, and emotion regulation difficu

The relationship between subjective sleep disturbance, sleep quality, and emotion regulation difficu

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Tayana Robinson September 17, 2017 Research Literacy The relationship between subjective sleep disturbance, sleep quality, and emotion regulation difficulties in a sample of college students reporting trauma exposure In this article, it is learned that Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can cause students or anyone period sleep disturbances and how it can affect a person’s emotional being. A person’s emotional reactivity and how it regulates itself is rewired in order for that person to go about their day successfully. Scientists made a hypothesis of examining how the relationship between a college student’s sleep pattern and what led to their emotional difficulty. As the article continues, they break down what PTSD means in the current day which is when the sleep disturbance and bad dreams are major symptoms for the person. On average, more than half of people who have PTSD have trouble sleeping or cannot sleep at all. Even people who had trouble sleeping before the PTSD offset, it made them prone to getting it
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