Want to reduce anxiety and improve sleep? If you feel too anxious to sleep at night, you need to read this. Tossing and turning all night is never fun! If you are looking for help for insomnia and sleep, Elika MFT provides 8 tips to reduce anxiety so you call fall asleep naturally.
People often ask, which comes first anxiety or insomnia? Well, that’s like asking which came first the chicken or the egg. The truth is that anxiety and insomnia, usually go hand in hand. In the world of Psychology, this is known as “comorbid” which means they occur together.
If you have ever been anxious or worried at night, then you know how difficult it is to quiet your mind and sleep. Instead of sleeping soundly, you lay there awake, starring at the ceiling, recalling your day, making a mental to do list, etc.
If you have struggled with sleepless nights, then you know that as the hours drag slowly by, the more anxious you become.
In today’s face paced lifestyles, it’s easy to become overwhelmed and anxious. It feels like there is never enough time, well expect when you’re laying awake in bed, and time seems to just drag on. You begin to wonder if you should just get out of bed and do something productive. The truth is the best solution is to incorporate stress management into your regular daily schedule. It’s hard to sleep when you feel “wired” or when you haven’t had enough time to decompress or process your day.
Elika is frequently as for her expertise as a therapist specializing in anxiety, depression and insomnia. This month, Elika was asked to provide helpful tips to reduce anxiety and sleep better.
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Got questions about your sleep hygiene and want ways to improve your insomnia, contact Elika to schedule your online sleep consultation.