It has been estimated that one in three people have a problem sleeping. Sleep deprivation, or insomnia, is experienced by people who struggle falling asleep or fall asleep fairly easily only to wake in the night. People with insomnia tend to spend a lot of time thinking about sleep, or the lack of it.
Is your worry about sleep spilling over into other areas of your life? Sleep deprivation can lead to lack of concentration, weight gain and anxiety. Not getting enough sleep can make you feel irritable and makes it difficult to function normally.
Lack of sleep can slow down your reactions and everyday tasks can seem to take more energy. Often, you can’t think straight and feel more emotional. Not getting the necessary rest can be confusing for the body which in turn can make you more stressed, affecting sleep quality and become an ongoing negative cycle.
Whatever your issue, I want to know about your sleeping pattern, as it affects all areas of life. I aim to restore quality sleep by improving your ability to relax your body and mind. Doing the things you enjoy during the day can help the mind to switch of and go into sleep mode more easily.
Feeling better about ourselves can help to stop worrying, allowing the brain to make the most of sleep.
Treatment is designed around you and varies depending on what is troubling you, but often includes:
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