Jennifer Aniston made a rare personal admission about her sleeping habits in a new interview. For many years, the former Friends star said she suffered from insomnia, sleepwalking, and anxiety. She was reluctant to return to bed because she was afraid of another night of sleepwalking. “counting cracks in the walls,” she explained. PEOPLE Last week.
“I think it started somewhere in my 30s or even earlier, but you just don’t start to notice the effects of a lack of sleep when we’re younger because we’re so invincible,” Aniston, aged 53, spoke for the magazine. “It began as something that I would just accept, and then all of a sudden, you realize the effects of your lack of sleep and how it affects your day and your work and your mind function and your physique.”
According to Pop culture, Aniston was a bad sleeper. Every time she tried to go to bed, she kept an eye on the time. She began to be concerned about the passage of time and her inability to sleep. The more she worried about losing her sleep, the more difficult it was for her to fall asleep.
Aniston admitted she had “been known” Sleepwalking is a good idea. “I’ve been woken up by house alarms going off that I’ve set off. And I don’t think I do that anymore – that was when I was super sleep deprived,” Aniston agreed. This was called a “silver lining” of The situation. Her body informed her. “Now don’t go out and set the alarm off again, okay?”
Aniston put off seeking medical attention for years, but she finally decided that she needed to address her insomnia. Even though it was the last item on her list, she was “really struggling with” it. When the Morning Show Star’s body clock was off, it was impossible to exercise and eat well. “completely thrown off” due to a lack of sleep
Aniston “absolutely recommends” People should discuss their sleep issues with their doctor, her. PEOPLE. Seize the Night and Day is a campaign to raise awareness about sleep disorders such as insomnia. Aniston appears as a campaign spokesperson.
Aniston stated that her nightly routines, along with medical assistance, had greatly aided her recovery. Aniston goes to bed at night, does yoga and stretches before bed, and keeps her smartphone away from her bedroom. Aniston also tries to maintain a consistent bedtime routine. It’s difficult for actors who work odd hours. Aniston enjoys sleeping in bed with her dogs. Aniston enviously observes Chesterfield’s sleeping area. “Deep, sweet sleeper.”
Aniston completed Murder Mystery 2 with Adam Sandler earlier this month. The final scenes of the new film were shot in Paris. The first Murder Mystery, which starred Sandler as New York Police Officer Nick Spitz and Aniston as his wife, Audrey, was released on Netflix in 2019. The two become engaged in a murder investigation aboard a billionaire’s yacht. In the sequel, they will be working on another murder case. It is expected to be released within the next year.