Did you ever have problems falling asleep at night? How about problems relaxing? If you answered 'yes', then you are certainly not alone. Every night there are millions of people who can't sleep. So, what is it that is keeping us up at night? In most cases, anxiety is the answer. We live in a world that is constantly moving and changing. We are more competitive now than we ever were due to the fact that America is in the midst of a complete economic crisis and on the verge of entering into a depression.
Because of the various economic problems we are facing, many of us are worried about whether or not we will have a job the next day, who is coming up behind us to take our place, how much work we will have to get done, how we will be able to pay the bills, etc. We worry about the rising cost of health care, which ironically enough, causes us to fall ill. We worry about worrying. Perhaps if we busied ourselves then we wouldn't have all of this time to worry. But even when we are keeping busy, we are still worrying. It's the worrying that drives us to work well beyond the required 40 hour workweek. Some of us think that by working more hours, it will somehow impress the boss. In the meantime, we neglect our health and our families: more stress.
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