What time you turn in may play a role in your anxiety level
By John Johnson, Newser Staff
Those who feel stressed and anxious all the time might want to try one simple remedy before others: Go to bed earlier. It’s not just a matter of getting a good night’s sleep, however. Researchers at Binghamton University say that when you go to sleep matters when it comes to fending off “repetitive negative thinking,” according to a post at Eureka Alert. While they don’t specify bedtimes, the researchers say that people who are night owls and thus wake later in the day tend to obsess about their problems more than people who keep more regular sleeping hours, reports Red Orbit.