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Does obsessive thinking about work cause you to have insomina?
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Dr. Peter Forster
Psychiatry
3 doctors agree
In brief: It certainly can
The most common reason these days for insomnia is the failure to "wind down" from the daytime activities and thoughts.
In part this is because we have created a world in which artificial light and technology allow us to be busy straight through to bedtime. Unfortunately, our brains are still designed to work in a world where the sun slowly sets and then we go to sleep with not much happening.

In brief: It certainly can
The most common reason these days for insomnia is the failure to "wind down" from the daytime activities and thoughts.
In part this is because we have created a world in which artificial light and technology allow us to be busy straight through to bedtime. Unfortunately, our brains are still designed to work in a world where the sun slowly sets and then we go to sleep with not much happening.
Dr. Peter Forster
Dr. Peter Forster
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Dr. Alan Ali
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Obsession
It can.

In brief: Obsession
It can.
Dr. Alan Ali
Dr. Alan Ali
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