What is stress insomnia?
Stress Insomnia is a sleep disorder that results from the inability to fall asleep or stay asleep because of stress. This can be caused by a combination of physical and emotional factors.
What are the symptoms of stress insomnia?
If you find yourself struggling to fall asleep at night, there could be a good explanation. According to the National Sleep Foundation, when people are stressed, their bodies release cortisol, which can make it difficult for them to get a good night’s sleep. Here are some of the most common symptoms of stress insomnia.
Excessive worry or anxiety during the day
Irregular or poor sleeping habits
Frequent urination or dehydration