1 in 3 UK adults will have trouble sleeping. Anyone who has experienced being unable to get to sleep, or waking from a very disrupted night’s sleep, knows how extremely distressing it can be. Also, as insomnia is associated with diabetes, obesity, anxiety and depression, it can have a negative impact on your overall health and wellbeing.
Adult sleep issues include:
Not being able to fall asleep
Waking up throughout the night unable to get back to sleep
Reliance on sleeping pills to sleep
Waking up feeling unrefreshed
Children and babies can have difficulties sleeping which can impact the whole family. Trouble Sleeping can help with many of these issues.
Child sleep issues include:
Children who can not get to sleep on their own
Children who leave their bed to go and sleep in a parent’s room during in the night
Nightmares or night terrors
Babies who do not sleep through the night
Reliance on a dummy in the night
Call now for a free of charge 15 minute consultation
Trouble Sleeping was founded by Dr Lindsay Browning in 2006 to help people of all ages overcome sleeping difficulties. Dr Browning specialised in insomnia at the University of Oxford and also has a degrees in Neuroscience and Psychology, and as such, she is an expert in the field. She is also a Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychology Society (the highest level of membership awarded).
Face to face consultations are available at the Wokingham Therapy Clinic.