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Insomnia associated with trauma and PTSD

Traumatic experiences can impact on the quality and quantity of sleep. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and/or traumatic experiences can lead to nightmares, disturbed sleep and heightened anxiety around bedtime. The traumatic experience may be in the past but you may be left with disturbed sleep, or you may be still be suffering from flashbacks and other difficult memories of the trauma which affects your sleep. If you think that a traumatic event in your past is affecting your sleep, we can work with you to understand your symptoms and design a treatment plan to help you achieve better sleep. We can also offer specialist evidence-based therapies that help people to overcome trauma, such as Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR).

Insomnia associated with trauma and PTSD

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