So you’re tired and just want to get a good night’s sleep but your brain has conveniently decided this is the most opportune time to review the days conversations and all the dumb things you did or said or what people are thinking about you as a result, or it review every mistake you’ve ever made, all the terrible things that could happen to one of your loved ones, or anything else terrible that maybe might or could happen in the future or that did happen in the past. Why do our brains do this to us – especially when we know that sleep deprivation in and of itself can make anxiety, depression and our racing or intrusive thoughts worse? In this talk I teach you 3 simple, yet effective research backed methods to turn off your racing thoughts at night, and reduce the anxiety so you can fall asleep faster.