How to shut down anxiety and sleep through the night

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How to shut down anxiety and sleep through the night

“This is the song that never ends, it goes on and on my friends…”

Friends of mine have kids that would sing this song all the time when they were little.

It would get in their head and get stuck…so much so that they couldn’t think of any other tune.

Anxiety works very much the same way as an earworm.

Thoughts will get stuck in a guy’s head and just play over and over with no escape for him.

Quieting these thoughts can seem impossible.

But it turns out that getting enough sleep is very helpful in doing just that.

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1 in 3 American adults don’t get enough sleep.

I don’t have statistics on the rest of the world, but in most places that have the internet, I imagine the numbers are similar.

“More than a third of American adults are not getting enough sleep on a regular basis, according to a new study in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.”

The problem with not getting enough sleep is that it can cause major health problems.

And that includes higher risk for obesity and diabetes.

“Sleeping less than seven hours per day is associated with an increased risk of developing chronic conditions such as obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, and frequent mental distress.”

And it can make any tendency toward anxiety or depression significantly worse.

“Sleeping less than the recommended eight hours a night is associated with intrusive, repetitive thoughts like those seen in anxiety or depression…”

It seems that this happens because lack of sleep amplifies your brain’s ability to get stuck in loops of negative thinking.

“The researchers discovered that regular sleep disruptions are associated with difficulty in shifting one’s attention away from negative information.”

This makes it harder to break away from negative thoughts.

This may mean that inadequate sleep is part of what makes negative intrusive thoughts stick around and interfere with people’s lives.

But when you get enough sleep the negative thoughts dissipate more easily.

“While other people may be able to receive negative information and move on, the participants had trouble ignoring it.”

It’s this negative repetitive thinking that can be a major contributor to anxiety and other mental distress.

“We realized over time that this might be important – this repetitive negative thinking is relevant to several different disorders like anxiety, depression, and many other things.”

If you want to feel better fast, getting more sleep can be key.

There are lots of ways to combat anxiety and mental distress. And getting more sleep holds at least some of those answers.

But that can be difficult, because the same kind of repetitive thoughts that cause anxiety can make it impossible to sleep.

Here are three tips that can help you get to sleep even if you are dealing with repetitive thoughts.

Turn off electronics two hours before bed

This includes phones, computers, tablets and TVs.

These devices have two major effects that disturb sleep.

Depending on the content you are viewing or interacting with, they can make the repetitive thoughts worse.

And they emit blue light, which is proven to keep you awake.

If you need to be on these devices, make sure you’re wearing blue blocker glasses in the evenings.


Physical activity doesn’t have to be super-strenuous.

But a brisk walk after dinner can really help use up enough energy so you can sleep better at night.

Walking outside or on a treadmill – they both work.


Of all the things that can calm down obsessive thoughts, meditation probably works the best.

Even a few minutes of meditation daily can help calm the mind, which helps with sleep.

Getting enough shut-eye is absolutely critical to good health.

It helps prevent anxiety, distress, and many chronic illnesses.

So it’s worth it to develop habits that help you get enough sleep.

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Moscow University student finds ancient intercourse book

Fancy leather cover, gold stampings, it smelled really weird and looked very very old.

The book was all about sex, but not the kind that a Western men like me were familiar with…

Sex to the old me was always a way to discharge my pent up horny feelings.

But this book spoke of a different way of having sex. Sex with pleasure and connection that could go on for hours…

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The Russian student told me that some Tibetan monks have achieved this hours-long state of pleasure.

There are Sufi masters who achieve this. And Taoists.

“But lucky for you…” she said, “we were able to translate one particular method from this book that can achieve the same result in mere minutes!”

Here’s the story of my Russian friend Yuri who came across this one-of-a-kind ancient book of intimate pleasure

If you ever wanted to flip through those ancient books of knowledge that are displayed under bulletproof glass in museums — this is your opportunity…


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.


1 in 3 adults don’t get enough sleep


People who sleep less than 8 hours a night more likely to suffer from depression, anxiety