Sleeplessness Is Often A Symptom Of Stress In
Do you have trouble sleeping
at night? Do you feel tired when you go to be and still you can't sleep? You
may be overstressed without knowing how or why.
After awakening, thoughts arise that keep one up and result often in inner conflict.
Some people of course do wake up in the middle of night to run to the bathroom and
then they fall back to sleep. There
is no weight of thoughts that keep them up by reviewing disturbing issues or conversations from the day.
Tools are available such as cds with breathing techniques,
calming music and nature sounds that are helpful aids for
falling asleep. It also takes discipline to decide to put
the troubling thoughts away till later. You can tell
yourself you'll think about it during the next day to try
to satisfy your mind. Sometimes we need to cut a deal with
our minds because they wish to pursue things and gain
control. Bring the mind to something it can merge with
whether it is music, breathing or nature noises. For some
people doing a math problem even is enjoyable as a way to
get one's mind off the problems at hand.
Exercising is a good thing to integrate into one's week to
help the body release stressful emotions as well as to
create strength and relaxation inside oneself. Doing a
physical activity is important for both physical and mental
health wellness. Releasing stored up emotions helps the body
to refresh itself.
When healthy measures are taken to deal with stress during
the day, it is easier to overcome and not have it plague you
during the middle of the night. Talk out an unresolved
argument before bedtime rather than letting it grow inside
of you. Spend ten minutes before going to bed doing
something that gives you inspiration and a level of
elevation as that will assure a good night's rest. Remember
that the things we worry about today we don't worry about
three months from now. Keep a perspective on things so they
don't get exaggerated and taken out of proportion.
Note: Some statements in this
article may not be approved by the FDA. This article is for informational
purposes only and should not be taken as professional medical advice.