7. Difficulty sleeping is a common symptom of anxiety
Many people with anxiety also suffer from sleep disorders, like insomnia and nightmares. When we spend a lot of time worrying about something, it gets stuck in our head and it literally keeps us awake at night. It’s important to try to relax your mind and keep yourself from thinking about how much you need to sleep. If you’re worried about falling asleep, it’ll make it even harder to do so.
How to help: Improve your quality of sleep with exercise. Most of us need about 7-8 hours of sleep a night. Turn off your TV and all other electronic devices an hour before you get into bed and relax by mediating or listening to some music.
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