Crass and Jaded Mother Farker: studebaker hoch: Most truly depressed people don't realize it.Then how will know to go their doctors and request the outrageously overpriced antidepressants they see advertised on TV?
granolasteak: I agree that the insomnia-suicide relationship is probably because when you have insomnia, you're alone, exhausted, and often upset or frustrated.
freakingmoron: zarker: It's not about insomnia, it's about being alone and the world being at a standstill with nothing going on.ThisI'd read this article earlier and it has been bothering me. I'd like to know how they'd link it to insomnia.I'm more inclined to think that suicidal thoughts combined with the isolation from the fact that most everyone else is asleep are more obvious factors. And this set of circumstances might be further exacerbated by some depressed fool coming home drunk and/or otherwise intoxicated.But since this study was released by academics in the sleep disorder field, maybe they were just looking for something to do other than kill themselves.
Wolf892: I don't feel depressed but I wish I had the courage to end it. Life just seems so uninteresting to me. Everyday is just another mad dash to keep alive another day; and for what? Nothing. It's always the same and the only big surprises left are which age related illness is going to spring up and make my already mundane existence even more tedious.I hate the idea of dying but really envy the dead.
studebaker hoch: Most truly depressed people don't realize it.
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