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# According to a review of 61 studies of patients suffering

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09 Sep 2013, 04:36
can anyone help
I have a little query .I picked C.My line of reasoning was as the option says that the loss of sleep caused impairment of judgement and the people reported that missing a night's sleep immediately lifted their depression,cant it be a case where because of this impairment in judgement they felt relieved of their depression while actually they were not.As soon as they gained proper judgement they they felt depressed.So this is supposed to mean loss of slep actually does not lift depression and gives the strongest cause for it not to be used as a treatment.
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