If you’ve ever experienced late-night anxiety on Sundays, know you’re not alone, reports Thrillist.
1. Stick to a sleep schedule. If you start to tackle the Sunday Scaries on Sunday, you’re doing it wrong. We know, you haven’t had a “bedtime” since middle school, but the best thing to do, according to Breus and Dasgupta, is to go to sleep and wake up at approximately the same time on Saturday and Sunday as you do during the week (give or take 30 minutes). And open up your shades: to help your body’s circadian rhythm stay on track, it’s key to get about 15 minutes of sunlight immediately after you wake up. Also, try to avoid napping on the weekend or going to bed super early on Sunday nights, Breus says, which can cause other problems.