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I’ve noticed that I worry the most during the night. Why is that?

No other distractions when it’s dark and calm. At least that’s been my experience.
Picklebobble2 · 56-60, M
If you're anything like me it's only once you're in bed with nothing else to occupy your mind other than sleep that you worry about all the things you can't do anything about.

Just your brain unable to shut down
GovanDUNNY · 36-40, M
Do you drink a lot of coffee or tea (caffeine)etc, if you domake the last drink around 7pm, you should sleep better
MissNoahLenFoxx · 31-35, F
@GovanDUNNY actually I don’t drink caffeine…. Sometimes I miss coffee and soda but I know I can’t drink those things anymore. One cup of coffee stays in the body for 3 days; crazy.
emily67 · 36-40, F
I used to think (still do I reckon) that it has something to do with how distracted you are and what's going on around you

during the day, you have the sounds of cars, birds, the tv, music, it is light, etc

at nighttime you're basically lying in bed going over your life and how it's turning out (or at least my experience anyway)
iiBri · 16-17, F
Overthinking usually strikes when you just want the world to be quiet
Jenny1234 · 51-55, F
I think it’s common for people to worry more at night
Popobandar1993 · 26-30, M
Maybe because you are free at night
pdockal · 56-60, M
No responsibilities to keep you mind occupied
You'll have to learn to clear your mind in order to sleep
therighttothink50 · 56-60, M
The stillness, the quiet/silence, the isolation, the darkness invites these thoughts and reflection.
TheOthetAcc · 36-40, M
A lot of time to think
NinaTina · 26-30, F
Think of nice things you dont have to worry about

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