Researchers found that individuals with a history of disrupting their body’s natural rhythm – such as by suffering repeated jet lag – tended to have a higher lifetime risk of mood disorders. Photo: Alamy Researchers found that individuals with a history of disrupting their body’s natural rhythm – such as by suffering repeated jet lag – tended to have a higher lifetime risk of mood disorders. Photo: Alamy
Researchers found that individuals with a history of disrupting their body’s natural rhythm – such as by suffering repeated jet lag – tended to have a higher lifetime risk of mood disorders. Photo: Alamy

Frequent jet lag, night shift work may raise mood disorder risk, study suggests

Disruption of the body clock’s natural rhythm linked to development of mood problems such as severe depression and bipolar disorder, researchers say. Also: 20 sunburn genes found, and exercise won’t slow dementia decline

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Researchers found that individuals with a history of disrupting their body’s natural rhythm – such as by suffering repeated jet lag – tended to have a higher lifetime risk of mood disorders. Photo: Alamy Researchers found that individuals with a history of disrupting their body’s natural rhythm – such as by suffering repeated jet lag – tended to have a higher lifetime risk of mood disorders. Photo: Alamy
Researchers found that individuals with a history of disrupting their body’s natural rhythm – such as by suffering repeated jet lag – tended to have a higher lifetime risk of mood disorders. Photo: Alamy
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