Having trouble falling asleep?
Do you struggle to get to sleep no matter how tired you are? Are you taking sleeping pills? Do you wake frequently through the night and lie awake for hours, anxiously watching the clock? Do you feel sleepy and lethargic during the day? If that's you, you’re not alone and The Insomnia Clinic is here to help you.
Insomnia is a very common problem, that affects one in three healthy adults, with many of us having difficulty getting to sleep, staying asleep or rising before we’re fully rested. All of which results in impaired daytime functioning. Chronic insomnia can even contribute to serious health problems. But you don’t have to resign yourself to sleepless nights or sleeping pills. Here at the Insomnia Clinic we can help to make these problems a thing of the past.
The Insomnia Clinic is the UK’s largest insomnia specialist service. We specialise in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy also known as CBT-i.
CBT-i is a structured programme that works through tried and tested steps. Here at the Insomnia Clinic, we help you identify and replace thoughts and behaviours that cause and maintain sleep problems and help formulate long-term habits to promote healthy sound sleep. You regain control by developing a healthy sleep pattern.
We offer face to face sessions at over 20 locations across the UK. If you would like to find out about the services we offer and how we can help you, then please get in touch to book your free 10 minute telephone consultation.
Who we help
Healthy sleep is essential for children and young people to achieve their potential. If bedtime has become a chore or you can’t remember the last time you had an undisturbed sleep without the pitter patter of tiny feet in the middle of the night then we can help.
During these one to one sessions you will work with a quaified therapist to complete this NHS reccomended, step by step programme to change your sleep issues so you can get the quality sleep you need.
Improving sleep is shown to increase productivity and reduce absenteeism in the workplace as well as reducing the chances of mental health problems in the future.