About Sleep Disorder
There’s no one alive who hasn’t struggled to sleep at one time or another, it happens.
But there are also those who struggle with sleep on a nightly basis, so much so that it becomes a chronic condition impacting every area of their lives. If you’re constantly tired no matter how much sleep you get, or you’re laying awake well into the early hours of the morning, professional help could make all the difference to your quality of life.
Sleep disorders are far more common than many people realise, and can often be a sign of stress or anxiety. If you know you have a sleep disorder then seeking the right help sooner rather than later really is important for your overall health.
Do insomnia and nightmares ever go away?
If you need help with sleep disorders you may think that sleeping tablets and blackout blinds are all that are on offer, but that’s simply not the case these days. Counselling and online help allow you to connect with someone who is trained to diagnose the root causes of your issues, rather than merely cover over the symptoms. Sometimes insomnia and nightmares will go away on their own, but often they will have a significant impact for a prolonged period of time. If you want to take the right next step, seek professional help.
How do you cope with a sleep disorder?
Sleep disorders can leave you feeling worn out, lethargic, and suffering from chronic fatigue. Some people manage to keep going through nothing more than determination and brute force, others resort to a series of short and sharp naps throughout the day. But if you really want to address the issue you need to get to the root causes of the problem before they cause long term damage to your overall health.
Does counselling solve poor sleep?
Counselling for insomnia allows you to express yourself in a safe space where you’re welcome to sharing things others may not know about. There are no judgements or criticisms, only feedback and insights on how you could make positive changes going forwards.
If you recognise some of the feelings below, you may find that personal sleep health support is useful to you:
- You suffer from insomnia and nothing seems to help
- When you do sleep you suffer nightmares and restless nights
- You regularly wake up in the middle of the night, unable to get back to sleep again
- While you may sleep right through, you find yourself constantly fatigued and getting ill, no matter how many hours you get in bed
How can we help you with sleep related issues?
We use online sleep disorder counselling to provide you with insights on the root causes of your poor quality sleep. It’s designed to be a far more effective, wider reaching approach than resorting to sleeping tablets or excessive exercise just before bed. Our goal is to provide you with everything you need to optimise your sleep health.
When you want to hear more about how we can help you learn to sleep healthily please get in touch with our team. And remember: you can take the steps to get the rest your mind and body need.
Here are some signs of
- Difficulty falling or staying asleep
- Daytime fatigue
- Poor sleep hygiene
- Not feeling deserving
- Excessive daytime sleepiness
- Irregular breathing
- Restless Leg Syndrome
- Increased movement during sleep
- Sleep apnea
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