In March I was asked to speak at the annual Sleep Show in London about worry and insomnia.
My talk was live-streamed on my Facebook page, so check it out at www.facebook.com/drbrowningsleep if you would like to watch a replay. I also had a stand at the show and was able to speak to hundreds of people about their sleeping issues.
With the dawn of a New Year, full of possibilities and opportunities, it is time to start thinking about what changes we want to make this year. 2019 New Year’s Resolutions!
Perhaps you want to lose a few pounds, get fit by going to the gym, stop smoking or cut down on your alcohol consumption…? They all sound good. However, there is one thing that you can (and should) do to improve your health that is arguably even more effective…
Getting a good night’s sleep:
Getting a good night’s sleep (ideally between 7-9 hours for a healthy adult) is one of the most effective single things you can do to boost your mental and physical health…
“But I am just a poor sleeper. There is nothing I can do about it.”
Trouble Sleeping, run by Chartered Psychologist and sleep expert Dr Lindsay Browning, offers help for people of all ages with their sleeping issues: from babies to adults. Packages are available from only £99. Help is available face to face in Wokingham, Berkshire or via telephone or Skype anywhere.
Call 0118 9010544 today for a free 15 minute consultation and see if Trouble Sleeping can help you sleep better in 2019.
I would definitely recommend seeking advice from Dr Browning as her insight and knowledge has been incredibly useful to me.
This Christmas, give someone a gift they really want – the gift of sleep!
With Christmas fast approaching, it is the time for finding that perfect gift for a loved one. This Christmas, why not give your loved one the gift of sleep?
Getting a good night’s sleep can improve your mood, productivity, help with weight loss as well as improve your overall health. If you know someone who isn’t getting enough sleep at night – there is something they can do to fix it. Dr Lindsay Browning helps people of all ages with their sleeping problems at Trouble Sleeping.
Trouble Sleeping gift vouchers are available for both telephone and face to face consultations.
Get the advice you need to resolve your insomnia.
“By making a few small changes to my sleeping patterns suggested by Dr Browning, the results have been quite impressive.”
“Dr Lindsay Browning comes highly recommended by our family… she solved our sleeping problems.”
Telephone consultations are a great way of solving less complex sleep issues, and mean that people can get expert sleep help anywhere in the country.
Face to face consultations include pre-sleep assessment and are ideal for people who have been struggling with their sleep for a long time.
There is something that you can do to improve your sleep – without expensive equipment or sleeping pills. Speak to Dr Lindsay Browning today to find out more.
I am Dr Lindsay Browning and I received my Doctorate in insomnia from The University of Oxford where I studied how worry and rumination affect sleep. I set up Trouble Sleeping in 2006 to help people overcome these issues as well as other sleeping problems.
As a mother, I have used my expertise to help my own children when they have had trouble sleeping – as everyone experiences from time to time. The real problems arise when a period of poor sleep (such as following an illness, work or exam stress, a bereavement, etc.) becomes permanent.
Whilst I was living in Singapore and America, where I taught Anatomy and Physiology at University, I have seen how insomnia is an issue that affects everyone across the world – men, women and children from all walks of life. It is an issue that many people think that they just have to live with. But you do not.
I offer a service here where you can get expert tailored advice specific to your particular sleeping difficulties, for both adults and children. Also, corporate advice is offered too.
In addition, I hope that this website can become a forum for information and news about sleep for anyone interested in sleep.