A disruption of the circadian cycle–the metabolic and glandular rhythms that are central to our workaday life–seems to be involved in many, if not most, cases of depression; this is why brutal insomnia so often occurs and is most likely why each day’s pattern of distress exhibits fairly predictable alternating periods of intensity and relief.



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