There are few things as frustrating as being exhausted and laying awake, unable to fall asleep. You know that feeling, as the minutes then hours pass by and your brain just won’t turn off. Everyone from time to time has trouble falling asleep, but if it means you can’t sleep on a frequent basis you may have insomnia. Insomnia is a rather broad term for the most common sleep complaint. Like other sleeping disorders, it reduces quality of life, the ability to focus and energy levels.
Do you think you may suffer from insomnia? Check to see if you suffer from one or several of the following symptoms:
- Difficulty falling asleep
- Difficulty staying asleep
- Waking up during the night
- Trouble going back to sleep
- Waking earlier than desired in the morning
- Feeling unrested after a night’s sleep
Although a common complaint, insomnia should not be dismissed as a simple issue. The potential causes for insomnia vary greatly and are different for each individual. Insomnia can be a result of:
- Underlying medical issues
- Stress / anxiety
- Medication / prescriptions
- Hormone imbalances
- Psychological conditions
- Alcohol / drugs
- Food / drink
- Habits / behaviours
Most symptoms of insomnia can be managed without medication.
We’re excited to announce that our Primary Insomnia Program has officially launched and we’re ready to help you awaken your best life!
Please contact us for a complimentary Primary Insomnia assessment.