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Our Insomnia Clinic in Sydney Can Help if You Aren’t Getting Enough Sleep

Insomnia treatment from Angus Munro and his team of expert psychologists can help you restore your natural ability to sleep and get you feeling like your best again. Our proven techniques can help you develop good sleeping and relaxation habits while treating the underlying causes of sleeplessness in your life. Our Insomnia treatment will restore your energy, your passion and your ability to relax and have fun.

Sleep is vital to the body, and not getting enough of it can have a range of effects on your mood and health. The odd sleepless night during stressful times is one thing, but the regular inability to get a good night’s rest is an issue that requires addressing.

Insomnia is a common sleep disorder that consists of frequent night-time sleep difficulties, resulting in reduced functioning during the daytime.

People with insomnia experience persistent difficulty sleeping despite allowing themselves plenty of time to sleep and having a comfortable bedroom with no obvious distractions. Insomnia is a very common problem that may be short-lived and temporary, or it may occur intermittently over a period of time, or it can persist for long periods. Over one third of the adult population experiences insomnia at least intermittently, whereas 10% to 15% suffer chronic, unrelenting sleep difficulties.

Common symptoms of insomnia include:

  • Difficulty falling asleep at night
  • Waking up during the night
  • Waking up too early
  • Having sleep that is poor in quality- still feeling tired after a night of rest
  • Daytime fatigue or sleepiness
  • Concentration, attention or memory problems
  • Daytime irritability
  • Worries about sleep difficulties or daytime symptoms

Stress is a primary contributor to the development of sleeping problems. Difficult life circumstances or concerns about work, school, health or family can keep your mind too active, making you unable to relax. People with severe stress often feel physically exhausted but unable to drop off to sleep as they lay in bed, their minds still full of all the worries of the day.

In the same way, anxiety and depression can often cause disruptions in sleep. If you are experiencing severe anxiety, you may have an anxiety disorder that should be dealt with before you try to tackle your sleep problems. The same is true if you are suffering depression- fighting these conditions will help restore your ability to sleep soundly.

Insomnia can also be caused by a variety of medical conditions, particularly those that cause physical pain like fibromyalgia and arthritis. Prescription medications, including some antidepressants, high blood pressure medications, and corticosteroids can interfere with sleep.

Don’t Let Insomnia Interfere With Your Life. Get Sleep Disorder Treatment From Our Experts in Sydney

Insomnia and sleep disorders are easily rectified by our leading sleep disorder treatment. Psychological therapy and psychoeducation is the recommended first treatment of choice for insomnia and we have had great success implementing these evidence based sleep disorder treatments for clients suffering from the effects of insomnia and sleep disorder in and around Sydney.

At our sleep disorder clinic we offer the best evidence-based psychological treatments for insomnia and its underlying causes. Our insomnia psychologists can help you identify the causes of stress or find out if you need help with depression and anxiety. We can also empower you with proven techniques and exercises to help you get off to sleep.

We at Angus Munro Psychology in Sydney provide leading evidence based treatment for Insomnia and Sleep Disorders at our clinic. You can call us directly at 0290561779 or get in touch via our contact form.

Our Clinic Address:

2 Warwick Avenue, Cammeray,

Sydney, NSW (2062)

Email: Send your message via the contact form

Phone: 0290561779

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