|Babies born to mothers who suffer from anxiety or depression prior to conception are more likely to have trouble sleeping in early childhood, research suggests.
Findings of a study published in the official journal of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies show that infants aged six months to a year have a higher risk of waking through the night if their mother experienced anxiety before pregnancy.
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