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behavioral ways to slow down busy mind?

Posted by LlurpsieNoodle on October 19, 2007, at 12:00:04

I have a hard time slowing down after a busy day (e.g. working). What are some things that I can do to help my mind slow down so that I can enjoy my life once I get home from work? So that I can relax to fall and stay asleep?

basically, I have anxious rumination and/or racing thoughts most days of the week. pharmacologically I am doing what I can, but I need some behavioral things to do or cognitive things to think. like a speed bump. I'm kinda speedy sometimes.

1I'm going to start going to the gym next week. T said that regular exercise will help me sleep better.

2I'm going to avoid caffeine after 3pm. only herbal tea!

3need to come up with a list of activities to contain my nervous fidgetyness. babblechat and knitting come to mind. eating not so good...

help me with my llurpsielist, please ??!?




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