Let’s be honest, insomnia sucks. Operating on little to no energy is hard—really hard.
It is hard to focus and get anything done when you haven’t had a good night’s rest.
You tend to eat unhealthy foods and more of them, and you have a hard time regulating your mood. Your body needs sleep. It was not designed to function without. But, what are you supposed to do?
Every time you lay down to go to bed at night your mind starts to race. Worries over the next day or earlier events flood your thoughts. You twist and you turn and you just can’t seem to drift off. Or, maybe falling asleep is no problem but that nagging feeling that wakes up at 2 a.m. doesn’t let you fall back to sleep.
You have tried everything you can think of and nothing seems to work.
We can help.
A lot of reasons people suffer from insomnia are related to mental health. Stressors that are happening in your life are keeping you up, anxiety, depression, or maybe its Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder related to trauma.
That’s where we come in. Our counselors are professionally trained to battle insomnia. We know how to get people to sleep.
Our counselors use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to help clients replace unhealthy, intrusive thoughts with a healthy and adaptive thought process, freeing anxiety and PTSD suffers from unhelpful patterns. It’s about changing the way you see a situation or event to decrease anxious feelings. It helps to calm your mind so you can find peace, and once again catch some shut-eye.
The effects of insomnia can be detrimental to your health and wellbeing, complications include:
- lower performance at work or school
- slower reaction time when driving or operating heavy machinery, increasing accident risk
- more susceptibility to mental health disorders including depression, anxiety, and substance abuse
- increased risk of long-term health conditions including high blood pressure and heart disease
Don’t put your health on hold. Put an end to the insomnia cycle. Get back to feeling your self again.
We want to help you get the good night’s sleep you need to function at your best.