From family issues, relationships, work, school, and house bills, we all have something to worry about in the course of our lives. Unfortunately, these worries tend to bombard most of us when we slip into bed. You are probably familiar with this; you prepare for a good night’s sleep, when you hit the bed, anxious thoughts of what is happening around you attack you from every corner. Controlling them becomes impossible, and soon you are tossing and turning in bed with sleep nowhere to be found. Before you know it, it becomes a cycle of worry-tormented nights leading to sleep deprivation and insomnia.