Bad news for all sleepers. Night time, what should be quieter than the whole day, can go into a state of stress and anxiety. Daytime stress and fatigue, stressful work in the office or with children, according to a recent study, can lead to increased anxiety and stress even at night. The study focused on some adults whose sleep has gone through several levels of anxiety. After testing, it was noted that there were some reasons that most people experience anxiety at night. Feeling at risk or close to this condition? Here are some sleeping habits that can be adding stress and anxiety at night.

Alarm buzz: not only is it a bad habit to interrupt the sleep cycle, but it is also a bad habit to nap even after the bell rings, often delaying to get up from bed and then rushing out of bed is an indicator of stress. Try to give up waking up or set it up in a timely manner to allow yourself to get up calmly and get everything ready in the morning without hurry.

Different Bedtime Schedules: If you fall asleep at different hours or also wake up at different hours, it can be a cause of uncomfortable sleep and anxiety. This, according to experts, is explained by the fact that if you sleep at different hours, it does not prepare the body to sleep. The body needs a relaxing routine to get ready for sleep. The best way is to set a fixed hour and a regular bedtime and wake up time to help the body relax and prepare for sleep.

Sleep is not a priority: some days you may have endless hours of work, but it is not healthy to get up at night to achieve your goals. At least 7 hours of sleep at night is a must. Thus, it gives you the opportunity during the early hours of the evening to complete any obligation you may have to fulfill.