Anxiety-related sleeping problems

Inner unrest and spinning thoughts are more or less the natural enemies of a good night's sleep. And they affect it on every level: from difficulties falling asleep to troubles staying asleep, from restlessly tossing and turning to waking up exhausted. These kinds of sleeping problems have a direct effect in the form of major fatigue during the day, but they also involve a long-term risk: chronic sleep problems which can contribute to secondary diseases.

If you suffer from inner unrest, a lack of sleep will make symptoms and problems worse, and that in turn has an even greater negative impact on sleep. This is why it is especially important to interrupt this vicious cycle. You can find specific measures to take here.