Sleep is vital. Struggling with a sleep disorder can create a host of psychological problems if left untreated.

Do I have a sleep disorder?

A good night’s sleep is paramount to both our physical and psychological wellbeing. It is the body’s way of revitalising ourselves for another day and it gives us the strength and rejuvenation to tackle life’s challenges. Without it your ability to function would be severely impaired. How much sleep you need depends on you, but if you are having trouble sleeping or you are waking up feeling exhausted and stressed, then you may be suffering from a sleep disorder.

Whilst sleep disorders are sometimes caused due to other mental health problems, such as depression or anxiety, sleep disorders can in themselves lead to those same mental health problems. Therefore, it is important that you find the right help to identify why your sleep is being disrupted and resolve the issue that is preventing you from recharging properly.

Common issues related to sleep disorders are:

  • Struggling to fall asleep
  • Waking up in the middle of the night or much earlier than you want to
  • Feeling tired or exhausted when you awake
  • Sleepwalking
  • Nightmares, recurring dreams, or night-terrors
  • Anxious thoughts that persist during the course of the night

Online Psychological Therapies we Offer:

How counselling and psychotherapy help you to regain a natural sleep pattern

The cause for most cases of sleep disorders and problems are often found to be either underlying psychological issues or factors such as lifestyle. Online Counselling and psychotherapy enable you to work with a therapist to establish what the root causes are and to work towards finding the solutions that will allow you to get the sleep you need.

Online Counselling and psychotherapy has helped countless people learn techniques that promote relaxation and allow body and mind to find peace before bed. You may discover that as you explore your personal sleep disorder that you uncover that there are specific areas in your life that are causing you anxiety or stress.

With help from a counsellor or therapist you can resolve these issues in a safe and confidential space. Online Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) has been proven to help address and change feelings of anxiety, resulting in restoring and regaining a healthy sleep pattern.

Treating sleep disorders with Online Therapy Company

Online Therapy practitioners have unparalleled experience and training and can offer you a targeted approach to solving the problems you are experiencing with your sleep patterns. They work with you to examine the underlying causes of the problem, identifying external contributing factors, and equipping you with techniques that you can use to enjoy a healthy and restful sleep.

We understand that a lack of sleep can be extremely difficult to deal with and can lead to a variety of mental health issues. Online Therapy counsellors and therapists can provide the support you need to cope with feelings of depression and distress, working with you to end the cycle of anxiety that surrounds the concept of a sleepless night.

We can offer help today

If you are struggling with sleep problems then call us today or make an appointment online and let us help you to restore your ability to relax and rejuvenate.

For more information call 0753 718 1090 or email help@online-therapy.company. To book a Virtual Therapy appointment with the Online Therapy Company, please fill in the online booking form.

Author – Dr Aisha Ali – DPsych Couns Psych, ADOS 2 Certified B.Psych (Hons)

Dr Aisha Ali is a highly experienced BPS Chartered Counselling Psychologist and Expert witness with over 15 years experience of working within the NHS in complex care and private practice. She has extensive experience of working with individuals, couples and families presenting with complex psychological and emotional issues. Aisha provides life and performance coaching.

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