An insomnia expert explains what sleep anxiety is and the tricks to feel rested in an always-on world, reports MyBody + Soul.

Dr Delwyn Bartlett, a sleep psychologist with over 25 years’ experience in insomnia reckons sleep anxiety is on the rise.

“There’s a very strong link we have from the Hunt study in Norway that looked at 125,000 people over an 11 year period. If depression is untreated, you’re likely to ended up with points 2 and 3 of insomnia, if you’re insomnia is untreated you’re likely to end up with points 2 or 3 of depression,” she tells the Healthy-ish team in the latest podcast episode, available to download.

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