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💤 Can’t sleep? Here’s how to manage your anxiety and finally get a decent night’s kip, with help from a seasoned insomniac 🧵⤵️ telegraph.co.uk/health-fitne…
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🔴 A paper presented at the European Society of Cardiology recently shared that seven in 10 heart attacks or strokes experienced by those over 50 could be prevented if everyone got “a decent night’s sleep”
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🔍 Three days earlier a study from the University of California, Berkeley showed that losing just one hour’s sleep a night could dampen down the part of the brain that encourages social behaviour, making us more selfish and irritable
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“We discovered that sleep loss acts as a trigger for asocial behaviour, reducing innate desire of humans to help one another,” says Professor Matthew Walker, co-author of the study, and largely seen as the world’s leading sleep guru telegraph.co.uk/health-fitne…
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'We can’t even look at the news without yet another expert telling us how we are racing to an early grave – as well as compounding what failures we are – because we can’t even perform this basic, primeval function,' writes @mirandalevycopy. 'We are suffering from “sleep guilt”'
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'There’s an important difference between the involuntary sleeplessness of insomnia and the “self-neglectors” who eat into their sleep hours by surfing eBay or watching box sets.' ❓ But are we really sleeping less? And, crucially, is worrying about making it even worse?
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The problem is that people already suffering with insomnia can get worse if they read anything to do with sleep deprivation, says behavioural psychologist, Dr Sophie Bostock. “Their brain selectively pays more attention to information they regard as ‘dangerous’"

Oct 3, 2022 · 5:43 PM UTC

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👉 And what do we do when we feel bad? We try to solve the problem, as rapidly as possible. “If we’re desperate to relieve our suffering, we convince ourselves that there might be one missing ingredient,” says Bostock. “We’re seeking a quick fix” telegraph.co.uk/health-fitne…
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💤 During eight years of sleeplessness, @mirandalevycopy tried many things... 'At some point in the late 2010s someone bought me a sleep tracker. After one night, I found this device uncomfortable, and ended up throwing it at the wall'
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Most sleep scientists now agree that it’s the very opposite of tracking that will lead to an elusive night’s sleep... As is the adoption of an approach called Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia Find out how CBTi could solve your sleep problems 👇 telegraph.co.uk/health-fitne…
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