The importance of sleep in OCD and anxiety recovery

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Without a doubt, this is one of the most important videos I have made so far because the effects of seven to eight hours of deep sleep per night on alleviating anxiety, OCD and depression are well documented and profound.

My whole course can be accessed here http://www.patreon.com/theanxietyspecialist for£7 per month and I add a new video each month.

The common trait that links all people with anxiety and depression is that they are all exhausted. Therefore, the common-sense remedy would seem to be more sleep!

But nobody seems to be talking about sleep; people seem to be rushing around more rather than seriously embracing sleep and the well-documented information we know about how best to get it.

I have used my own experience of moving from an insomniac who hated sleep and had a very dysfunctional relationship with it to a sound sleeper who takes sleep very seriously.

It wasn't easy, but it was worthwhile.
Enjoy,

Much love John xx

PS I did reference and would urge you to buy the book from Professor Matthew Walker called "Why we sleep"; it is fascinating and a game-changer
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