Insomnia & Sleeping Problems, Banbury Oxfordshire
Insomnia and sleep disorders
Insomnia and sleep disorders are the norm for a wide section of the community and disrupt everyday life in many ways through generalised tiredness, irritability and loss of concentration on everyday tasks.
We have been providing therapy in the community for the effects of insomnia and sleep disorders for many years here at The Paloma Centre in the Banbury and Bicester area in the Cherwell Valley in Oxfordshire.Our aim has always been to help clients find their own way of living their life in a more complete, satisfying and resourceful manner through the use of a variety of therapies including Life Coaching.
The Paloma Centre is a personal growth and therapy centre which provides an holistic approach to emotional healing and personal development. CBT is also effective with depressive states and is much in demand.Want to know more? Why not visit our website at www.thepalomacentre.com or call David on 01295 812138.
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Insomnia, sleep disorders, anxiety states, panic attacks and associated depressive and negative mind sets.
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Insomnia and sleep disorder
Sleep disorders can be generally broken into two types; problems in getting to sleep or, once asleep, problems in remaining asleep for an adequate period.
There are also issues to be considered concerning the quality of sleep experienced; often we feel that we have slept for long enough but still feel as though we haven't had the benefit of a good night's sleep.
Chronic insomnia, where the symptons continue for a long period of time can lead to depressive states and other emotional issues.
However, it should appreciated that about one third of the population will suffer bouts of insomnia from time to time - you are not alone in experiencing this frustrating and tiring condition.
Symptoms can include inability to actually get to sleep
Waking up several times dururing the night.
Waking up earlier than planned (and not being able to get back to sleep).
Not feeling refreshed by sleep.
Inability to function properly during the day, especially having difficulty concentrating.
Irritability due to lack of sleep.
This is an extensive subject and one that cannot be covered adequately in this lens. We recommend that for full information see the NHS Direct website, see Useful Links below, for full explanation of all aspects of these frustrating conditions.
Can't sleep? Tired out?
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