insomnia Help


   ​​Symptoms of insomnia:                      ​                                                                                      

  • difficulty falling asleep
  • difficulty staying asleep
  • ​waking too early
  • ​poor quality sleep

   One or more of these sleep 

  issues indicates insomnia

Insomnia causes fatigue, depressed mood, impaired attention and concentration


Lack of quality sleep affects your ability to cope with stress, lessens enjoyment ​of social activities and quality of life 


Existing health conditions and physical ailments

can also be worsened by insomnia


Many factors cause and sustain insomnia.

Insomnia patients are frequently prescribed medication, which is short-term, 

often unreliable, and may cause

other health problems.


A complete answer to your insomnia

will provide you with the ability to improve your sleep without relying on medications

every night, for the rest of your life.



Common insomnia complaints:

You're ready to sleep until

you get into bed, and then

you’re wide awake, thoughts  

racing through your mind.


It’s 2 a.m. and you’ve woken

up yet again. You toss and

turn but you're still awake.  

As the minutes go by, your

frustration increases.


You wake up two hours

before your alarm setting.

You have lots to do today 

and need a clear head,

but you can't fall back  to sleep.