Do you struggle to fall asleep or stay asleep?
Behavioral Sleep Medicine offers non-medication treatment for Insomnia
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia
Insomnia is the difficulty in falling asleep or returning to sleep despite having an adequate opportunity to sleep. You can also have mutiple awakeinngs at night due to insomnia.If you take 30 mins or more to fall asleep or return to sleep, your total sleep time will be compromised which can result in daytime impaireness
> 30 mins to fall asleep or return to sleep
Difficulty sleeping 3 or more nights a week
Do not want to rely on sleep medication
Daytime tiredness and impairment
How can we help?
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBTi) is an effective, clinically proven method of treating insomnia.
Your poor sleep is perpetuated by the anxiety you keep about sleep. Reclaiming your sleep involves addressing your anxiety about poor sleep, along with addressing your general anxiety and stress levels to calm your mind.
Carefully and individually tailored intervention to identify your correct sleep phase and sleep demand by a Behavioural sleep therapist helps you to reclaim your sleep….
Who can we help?
Insomnia and sleep anxiety
If you get anxious about your sleep, or worry about how you are going to feel the next day or the impact of poor sleep on your health, it is likely you are suffering form Insomnia.
Adolescent sleep problems
If you are only falling asleep in the early morning and finding it difficult to wake up, you could be suffering from a delayed sleep phase. This can impact your daytime energy levels and academic performance
Night shift workers
Disruption to your circadian rhythm while working the night shift can lead to suboptimal sleep and fatigue during wake hours. Reshaping the pattern of your light exposure is a useful strategy to improve your sleep
Sleep therapy for individuals suffering from Insomnia and other behavioural sleep disorders.