Recap from Part One: For those living with an anxiety disorder, insomnia can be part of a vicious cycle. Anxiety can cause sleeping problems, and sleep deprivation can cause symptoms of an anxiety disorder because a lack of sleep stimulates the part of the brain most closely associated with depression, anxiety, and other psychiatric disorders.
The good news is that insomnia and anxiety disorders are treatable. Read on.
It’s important to obtain an accurate diagnosis...