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How can you relax to help prevent nightmares?

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Do yoga, meditation, or get some exercise to relax. Exercise is a terrific outlet for anxiety. Taking some slow, deep breaths may also be helpful for calming your anxiety.

Behavioral changes like limiting screen time before bed and eliminating caffeine and alcohol can also help you get more restful sleep.

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WebMD Feature: "Coping With Anxiety."

Reviewed by Lisa Bernstein on March 6, 2018

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WebMD Feature: "Coping With Anxiety."

Reviewed by Lisa Bernstein on March 6, 2018

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