Insomnia is a prevalent sleep problem. Many of us have trouble sleeping from time to time, but for some, sleep issues and insomnia may seriously impair their ability to look and feel their best. Insomnia may often have a severe influence on your quality of life and be part of a destructive cycle, affecting your sleep quality. Sleep affects every element of everyday life, from mood to focus, productivity, vitality, and social relationships.
Common Symptoms Of Insomnia
Awakening in the middle of the night
Getting up early in the morning
Waking up lethargic and unrefreshed
Tired, irritated, and unable to perform during the day
Insomnia can not just impact you at night, but it can also lead to or be associated with other psychological issues such as stress, anxiety, or depression. As a result, insomnia may have a negative impact on mental health and should not be neglected, especially if it is a chronic problem.
What Is the Process of Insomnia Treatment?
Our therapists can give effective psychological treatment to insomnia patients by teaching ways for better sleeping habits and addressing underlying concerns that may be exacerbating the insomnia. This will frequently involve Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to address misunderstandings, attitudes, and unhelpful behaviors, but can include a variety of therapies and even medication if necessary.