Interactions between stress, heart rate during sleep and anxiety are influenced by childhood trauma


  • Prolonged stress lead to increased mean heart rate during sleep, and people with childhood trauma exposure were more vulnerable.

Why this matters

    These findings on interactions between real-world stress exposure, heart rate during sleep and anxiety may inform development of prevention and intervention measures for anxiety.

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