15 ways to stop worrying and sleep better

When worry drives your life, studies show you’re more likely to develop chronic insomnia. Here’s how to stop worrying—and get a good night’s sleep

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1. Work on stress

Since a study at the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health revealed that stressful events are twice as likely to trigger sleeping problems in those who experience anxiety, keeping a lid on daily stressors is important. Take a look at some of these stress-reducing tips, pick out your favourites and use them to do just that.

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