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Anxiety Disorders

25 Tips To Achieve Better Sleep with Anxiety

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Anxiety ridden young woman can't sleep.
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Waking up at same time everyday.
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Keep to a schedule


Napping in office.
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Eliminate napping


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Power down electronics


Dimming lights
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Dim the lights


Alcohol behind bar.
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Stay away from alcoholic drinks


Coffees, cappuccinos and lattes.
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Stay away from caffeinated drinks


Man breaking cigarette, quit smoking concept.
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Quit smoking


couple watching tv before bed in living room
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Keep your bedroom for sleep and sex


Exercising couple.
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Exercise


Late night snack.
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Avoid nighttime snacking


Glass of water in bed
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Avoid drinks before sleep


White noise sound machine.
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Use white noise


Meditating before sleep for sound rest.
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Create a pre-sleep ritual


Guided imagery concept.
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Use guided imagery to help you relax


writing down her worries.
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Write down your worries


journaling young woman.
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Keep a sleep journal


Doctor pointing at patient RX list.
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Talk to your doctor about your medications


Ceiling fan in bedroom
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Keep your room cool


low light night light in bedroom
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Use a flashlight or nightlight


Aromatherapy


Young woman deep breathing.
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Breathe deeply


Digital alarm clock turned away from bed.
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Cover your clock


Comfortable bedroom
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Make your bedroom comfortable and peaceful


rising with morning sunshine.
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Morning sunlight


Cleaning up after dinner to avoid drowsiness
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Avoid becoming sleepy after dinner


Eileen Bailey

Eileen Bailey

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Eileen Bailey is an award-winning author of six books on health and parenting topics and freelance writer specializing in health topics including ADHD, Anxiety, Sexual Health, Skin Care, Psoriasis and Skin Cancer. Her wish is to provide readers with relevant and practical information on health conditions to help them make informed decisions regarding their health care.