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first_imgHerald Sun (Aust) 7 Oct 2011New mothers who get less than six hours’ sleep a night face an increased risk of postnatal depression. Strong links between sleep deprivation and depressive symptoms in new mothers were found in a review of more than 100 international studies. A lack of sleep could make them feel sad, tired and unable to concentrate, Australian researcher Kerry Thomas told the Australian Psychological Society’s annual conference in Canberra yesterday. “Women whose babies wake several times during the night have a greater risk of developing depression, and that’s both at four weeks postpartum and eight weeks postpartum stage,” she said. “Women who receive less than six hours of sleep a night in a 24-hour period also have an increased risk of developing depression.” About 16 per cent of Australian women are believed to develop postnatal depression, also known as the “baby blues”, after giving birth.http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/more-news/sleep-loss-leads-to-baby-blues/story-fn7x8me2-1226160684941last_img read more

first_imgNigeria International Kenneth Omeruo has joined Turkish side Kasimpasa on a season long loan deal from English Premier League champions, Chelsea.Omeruo has been a Chelsea player since 2012 even though he’s yet to make any appearance for the first team but makes his return to the Turkish side after spending the 2015/16 season at the Istanbul based side making 25 appearances that season. He spent last season on loan at another Turkish side Alanyaspor where he scored once in 26 games.Omeruo has been a regular in the Nigerian side since 2013 and was part of the side which went on to conquer Africa at the Nations Cup in South Africa the same year. His current Chelsea deal runs out in the summer of 2020.RelatedOmeruo Seals Loan Move To LeganesAugust 15, 2018In “England”Omeruo Confident Of Eagles’ Qualification For 2019 AFCON In CameroonJuly 8, 2018In “Africa”Omeruo Welcomes Permanent Move To Leganes (AUDIO)January 27, 2019In “NPFl”last_img read more