Sleep impacts our physical and mental health, and has a direct correlation to anxiety, depression, and suicide.
Do you have trouble falling to sleep at a reasonable hour, or going back to sleep in the sleep cycle when you awaken? Perhaps you're just not getting enough deep sleep. Sleep is extremely important for our mental and physical health. Among the many benefits of good sleep is the consolidation of memories, immune system reset, hormonal balance restoration, clearing of metabolic waste and neurotoxins. Also reduced stress, lower blood pressure, and a stronger feeling of well-being.
Without adequate sleep there is ten times the possibility of experiencing depression and the risk for suicidal behavior. Our brain with insufficient sleep has a challenge with emotional judgements and assimilating information into a sound decision. When our brains need to be sleeping and aren't this impedes the frontal lobe function, thus impacting reason and decision-making. We react more emotionally, think more negatively about ourselves, and are more vulnerable to stress, less resilient, more agitated, and of course fatigued.
I understand, because I've experienced these harmful effects when I was seriously injured years ago.
I have helped many clients gain and restore quality deep sleep to their lives.
Let me help you. Let's talk.