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Could A New Mattress Improve Anxiety-Driven Insomnia?

Anxiety-Driven Insomnia

Sleep disorder is common in the US. There are more than 40 million people with chronic conditions, and a further 20 million dealing with occasional problems. Insomnia is high on the list. People struggle to fall asleep at night, deal with unrefreshing sleep and face an unhealthy sleep cycle. This often leads to anxiety driven insomnia.

Insomnia sufferers struggle with work-related stress. Perhaps there are financial troubles that stop them from quietening their minds. Perhaps bereavement issues limit sleep and keep them awake. There could be a whole host of reasons for the issues. The question is, how can sufferers fix it?

The first step could simply be to switch mattresses and improve sleep hygiene for a few days.

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Stress and Sleep Are 2 Sides Of The Same Coin

Sleep stressed out student

It is a well-known fact that the amount of sleep we get has important effects on health and our general well-being. Similarly, stress also has a major effect on our health and well-being.

Proper management of both sleep and stress, therefore, goes a long way in ensuring that we live a healthy, happy and productive life.

Whether eating better, exercising or buying the right mattress, doing what it takes to get a good night’s sleep is crucial part of managing stress and anxiety.…

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