While a healthy dose of anxiety in day-to-day life is okay, overwhelming anxiety is not.
One aspect of chronic anxiety is that it can disrupt your sleep. Research shows that anxiety disorders and stress-induced anxiety can lead to behavioral and physiological changes affecting your sleeping patterns.
One proactive sleep you can take to help manage anxiety-induced sleeplessness is educating yourself on coping mechanisms. Keep watching because we’ll give you some sound techniques for managing sleeplessness.
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