Sleep and Cortisol:

Sleep is one of the most important factors in cortisol regulation, and poor sleep can lead to elevated cortisol levels. When cortisol levels remain high for long periods of time due to lack of sleep or chronic stress, this can lead to a decreased ability to cope with stress, impaired cognitive performance, and an increased risk for anxiety and depression.

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