Sleep Problems

Sleep is vital for our minds and bodies but sleeping problems are common

Do you have sleeping problems?

There are a lot of names for sleep problems – you might have heard of conditions like insomnia (when you can’t sleep), or hypersomnia (when you sleep too much). You might also have heard of sleep apnoea, or narcolepsy, where your body can’t control sleeping or staying awake properly.

When people have problems falling or staying asleep, it’s often referred to as insomnia. However, it’s not until the difficulty sleeping starts to significantly affect you during the day that it would actually be considered a medical condition.

Sleep is vital for our minds and bodies – while we sleep, our brains process memories and our bodies heal and grow.

Understand sleep problems and improve your sleep

Self Help Resources for Sleeping Problems

We have collated the best information available online to help you get started on the road to recovery. 

Please Note: The above links take you to an external website with detailed information on self-help techniques. We cannot be held responsible for the content of any third-party websites.