How to Overcome your Insomnia by Managing Stress

Insomnia, Jim Woods Personal coach, Ken Blanchard

Manage your stress and worry.

Man should forget his anger before he lies down to sleep. – Mahatma Gandhi

Stress and anxiety can create substantial barriers to sleep. Some tools that you can use during your day and near bedtime to reduce worry and stress are breathing exercises and muscle relaxation exercises. Both of these tools can help to reduce stress and induce relaxation which will help you prepare your body and mind to rest.

Worry time: Pick a scheduled time to worry and write your worries down. If you think of something during the rest of the day, tell yourself you will worry about that during your “worry time.” If you must, take a minute to write down your worry at that time.

Lastly, don’t look at the clock while sleeping! This can lead to increased pressure and worry about sleeping. I have had clients that go so far as to put the clock in another part of the room or put tape over the screen to avoid temptation. […]

Read full article via Three Tips for Better Sleep: Overcome your Insomnia | Psychology Today.

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