INSOMNIA

Insomnia and sleep disorders can make you feel like there’s no hope for a return to normal life. The Apex Practice in Harley Street, London are here to change that

Our London Clinic has a variety of ways to help you get the sleep you need

Insomnia and chronic sleeping disorders aren’t to be taken lightly. It’s all too easy for most people to take the simple act of falling asleep for granted, but if you are experiencing a lack of sleep, struggle to get the rest you need or can’t stop your mind from racing at night, it can quickly build up to heavy fatigue and mental stress that can really wear you down. With over one third of people in the UK suffering from insomnia and sleep disorders at some point in their life, it’s not as uncommon as you would have thought.

Here at The Apex Practice we are well versed in helping insomnia sufferers get the sleep and rest that is so important to functioning normally from day to day. Our thorough and in-depth assessments help us get a really defined and clear picture of all the causes of your insomnia. We then work with you in a structured and supportive way to help you break free from the cycle of insomnia and get the quality sleep that you need to have a normal, healthy and balanced lifestyle.
More about Insomnia Therapy & Treatment with Apex Practice
15 minutes to change your life, call 0207 467 8536 for a free initial telephone assessment and find out how we can help you

15 minutes to change your life, call for a free initial telephone assessment and find out how we can help you
INSOMNIA SYMPTOMS:
  • Having difficulty in falling asleep
  • Lack of quality sleep on a regular basis
  • Continually waking up during the night
  • Light sleep that is easily disturbed
  • Tiredness and irritability throughout the day
  • Not feeling refreshed after sleeping
  • Waking up earlier than expected
  • Fatigue and drowsiness making it hard to focus
WHAT ARE THE CAUSES OF INSOMNIA:
  • Anxiety, stress, depression and pain are the most common causes
  • Ailments such as asthma can affect your sleep
  • Drug, alcohol and substance misuse can lead to insomnia
  • Post-traumatic stress, bipolar disorders and schizophrenia
  • Physical ailments such as heart disease, Alzheimer’s and arthritis
  • Certain medications can also cause insomnia
For a better night’s sleep, call The Apex Practice for a free initial telephone assessment on
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