Sleep Problems

Insufficient sleep is a chronic problem in the Western world with our fast-paced lifestyles. Although there are individual differences, experts consider that on average adults require about eight hours sleep per night, some even say nine hours.

There is also a distinction to be made between the amount of sleep and the quality of sleep. Many people have sleep problems for a period of time due to particular circumstances, others have sleep difficulties for most of their lives.

Sufficient sleep is very important for both mental and physical well-being.

Clinical psychologists can be of great assistance with sleep problems even if you have slept poorly most of your life. They can help you to sleep without the use of pills.

The psychological treatment of sleep problems is a particular area of interest and expertise for Rowe Psychology and you are encouraged to make an appointment to discuss your issues.

For more information or to make a booking

Find out how Rowe Psychology can help you, please call us on 03 9556 5481, or 0419 982 335, or submit an enquiry here: Enquiry Form

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