Anxiety & Stress: 3 common signs of disrupted sleep related to stress (1-minute-read)

Anxiety & Stress: 3 common signs of disrupted sleep related to stress

In stressful crises, there are two stress levels in the body that need to be taken care of:

– The acute stress level in the body at a certain time.

– The basic stress level, which is the stress level that you experience on average over a longer period, i.e. several days and weeks.

The latest posts have been about 16 effective techniques to lower the acute stress level.

From now on, I will go through strategies on how to reduce the increased base-level of stress in the
body. Base-level stress in the body is stress that is built up over days by increased everyday stress that stays in the body when we do not get enough recovery.

3 common symptoms of an elevated base stress are often visible in changed sleep patterns:

1) Difficulty falling asleep, where even ordinary thoughts can spin around.

2) Waking up early and having trouble falling asleep again.

3) Waking up frequently with panic attacks, high heart rate or other stress-related symptoms that are not due to nightmares.

More about how you can lower these stress levels in next post.

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