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Stress and Sleep: How the two Interact
Stress can put strain on many aspects of your life and sleep is no exception. At the end of the day, a stressful lifestyle can mean that when you’re trying to relax and fall asleep, stress can keep you up instead.
Continuous stress can also lead to adjustment insomnia. A common feature of this type of insomnia is “ruminative thoughts” – thoughts that stay on your mind that you think about over and over.
Work-related stress can particularly affect your sleep negatively. Having conflicts at your work is linked to non-restorative sleep and trouble falling asleep. If your job requires repetitive tasks, this could also cause trouble falling and staying asleep.
Lack of sleep can, in turn, increase your stress level. In this way, high stress and poor sleep can create a vicious circle. Here we provide some general guidelines on how to reduce stress and sleep better.
Symptoms of stress
Sleep disturbances are only one sign of stress. Other symptoms...
Why do People Snore while Sleeping?
Snoring is the noisy breathing that happens when air passes through the relaxed tissues in your throat, causing them to vibrate and in turn causing snoring sounds.