16 min

Why do we worry more when lying in bed at night, and what can be done about it‪?‬ The Robora

    • Entrepreneurship

Annie Ridout has found herself lying in bed, worrying about her life choices. But then she gets up in the morning, drinks a coffee and all feels fine. Or manageable, at least. In this episode, Annie explores the reason we might go over everything we’re worried about when lying in bed - and then find it all a little lighter once we’re up for the day. She asked psychologist Suzy Reading why this happens and shares her thoughts. And there are some tips for getting back to sleep when your mind is having a worry party in the dead of night.

Show notes

- Author and psychologist Suzy Reading - follow her on Instagram: @suzyreading
- The 'worry hour' idea was from therapist Anjali Meghta in this Robora podcast episode.

Annie Ridout has found herself lying in bed, worrying about her life choices. But then she gets up in the morning, drinks a coffee and all feels fine. Or manageable, at least. In this episode, Annie explores the reason we might go over everything we’re worried about when lying in bed - and then find it all a little lighter once we’re up for the day. She asked psychologist Suzy Reading why this happens and shares her thoughts. And there are some tips for getting back to sleep when your mind is having a worry party in the dead of night.

Show notes

- Author and psychologist Suzy Reading - follow her on Instagram: @suzyreading
- The 'worry hour' idea was from therapist Anjali Meghta in this Robora podcast episode.

16 min