lara smith
lara smith answered Steve Theunissen's question

  1. Wake up at the same time each da
  2. Eliminate alcohol and stimulants like nicotine and caffeine. ...
  3. Limit naps
  4. Exercise regularly.
  5. Limit activities in bed.
  6. Do not eat or drink right before going to bed. .
  7. Make your sleeping environment comfortable.
  8. Get all your worrying over with before you go to bed.

lara smith
lara smith answered

Panic attacks can feel like imminent death, insanity, fainting, or some other terrible loss of control. So it's helpful to know something about what a panic attack can, and can't, do to you. If you have anxiety attacks and phobias, it can be very hard to believe that you're not in danger.