Symptom: Anxiety Around Falling Asleep

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Anxiety Around Falling Asleep

Anxiety around falling asleep occurs when feelings of worry or distress result in insomnia and difficulty sleeping. Anxiety around falling asleep can be caused by financial worries, problems in relationships, stress at work, grief, and other stressors and worries. Anxiety around falling asleep may be improved with relaxation techniques such as meditation. Anxiety, stress, and depression often cause or contribute to insomnia, a sleep disorder in which people have problems falling asleep or staying asleep. People who have anxiety are more likely to have trouble sleeping. Anxiety around falling asleep can lead to poor sleep quality, resulting in headaches in the morning and fatigue during the day.

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