Sleep phobia is dreaded, but no matter how challenging your condition is, it can be overcome quickly. Anxiety is at the root of fear of sleeping at night. Most of the time anxiety and insomnia goes hand to hand.
Sometimes, the anxiety occurs as a result of worry about sleep, daily life stresses, sleepwalking, or fear of having a nightmare etc. Regardless of the cause, it is easily treatable.
If you are disturbed or anxious about something, then there is a high chance that it leaves a bad effect on your sleep. Sleep is highly necessary to stay energized, relaxed and active throughout the day.
But, if your mind is not relaxed and stays busy with various thoughts after a tiring day, then it gets difficult both physically and mentally in convincing your body to gather the sleep.
Here some highly useful tips are listed below. Don't try to jump into them all at once. Give yourself some time and follow each until you are following them unconsciously. Let's discuss:
Make it a night-time routine. Relax each and every part of your body separately starting from your toes, to your ankles, thighs, back, arms, and head. After that do some breathing exercises to relax your mind, and within few minutes you would find yourself sleeping.
Alternatively, you can also try listening to the radio talks in a low volume, so that your entire focus is on trying to hear their talks which would keep you away from any fear of sleep circulating in your mind.
I am a big advocate that having great sleep is something everyone deserves. With over 10 years of experience in this field, I would love to use this platform as a means to help you achieve a good night's sleep.