Insomnia involves difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or both, resulting in inadequate or non-refreshing sleep. Chronic insomnia can take a toll on one’s mood, energy levels, and overall health.
Several factors can lead to insomnia, including stress, irregular sleep routines, certain medications, and underlying health conditions. Environmental factors, such as light or noise exposure, can also disrupt sleep patterns.
At Mentally Healthy Care, we delve into the underlying causes of insomnia and offer coping strategies, relaxation techniques, and behavioral interventions. Through therapy, individuals can reestablish healthy sleep patterns and reclaim their nighttime rest.