Sleep Problems

Depression Symptoms- What to Look For


Depression is a mental health disorder characterized by a persistent feeling of sadness, loss of interest or pleasure in activities, and a range of other emotional and physical symptoms. Symptoms of depression can vary from person to person, but common signs and symptoms include: Persistent sadness: Feeling down or sad most of the time, [...]

Depression Symptoms- What to Look For2024-04-24T16:02:21-05:00

Depression More Prevalent in Night Owls


Research shows that people who are night owls suffer from more depression than those who naturally get up early in the morning. Harvard Medical School and MIT teams studied over 840,000 people to reach their conclusion. The teams remind people that if you stay up late or go to bed early is determined by your [...]

Depression More Prevalent in Night Owls2023-07-21T16:41:13-05:00

Having Trouble Sleeping? Eat These 3 Foods


Many people find getting a good night’s sleep difficult, and having a snack before bed may help if you are one of them. It is vital, however, to choose the right snack because salty, fatty or spicy foods can keep you awake. If you are having trouble relaxing and sleeping, try [...]

Having Trouble Sleeping? Eat These 3 Foods2023-04-10T12:57:34-05:00

The Connection Between Great Sleep and Improved Mental Health


Changes in your sleep patterns can cause several mental health conditions. The opposite is also true. Changes in your mental health can lead to sleep problems. Insomnia and Depression Medical professionals define insomnia as problems getting to sleep or staying asleep. Studies show that people with insomnia are twice as likely [...]

The Connection Between Great Sleep and Improved Mental Health2023-02-06T12:54:41-06:00

Having Trouble Sleeping? Get Mental Health Help


Sleep disorders affect nearly 70 million Americans annually. While insomnia is the most common sleep disorder, there are others. If you are one of these individuals seeing a mental health worker can help. Insomnia Up to 50% of the adult population suffers from insomnia. While many think that insomnia is the inability to fall [...]

Having Trouble Sleeping? Get Mental Health Help2023-01-23T12:29:05-06:00

What Can Dreams Tell You About Your Mental Health?


  Some psychologists believe that your dreams are a window into your emotional well-being. Others suggest that it is very easy to take dream interpretation too far without seeing if they resound with the individual’s life. Some dreams tend to be recurring for many individuals. If you are one of those people, see if these [...]

What Can Dreams Tell You About Your Mental Health?2022-09-19T11:40:23-05:00

Getting a Good Night’s Sleep


Approximately 40% of Americans complain of insomnia. If you are one of them, taking sleeping pills may seem tempting. Before you do, understand that they can cause breathing problems in people with respiratory issues, such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Others find that they experience numbness and tingling in their limbs, changes in [...]

Getting a Good Night’s Sleep2022-08-16T12:28:09-05:00

10 Ways To Promote Getting a Good Night’s Sleep During COVID-19


Are You Having Trouble Sleeping During Covid-19? You Are Not Alone. Most adults need between 7 and 9 hours of sleep each night to feel rested, energized, fight off infection and disease, and to function optimally the next day. But during COVID-19 and quarantine, many more people are having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep. [...]

10 Ways To Promote Getting a Good Night’s Sleep During COVID-192020-07-23T20:08:53-05:00

Solving Sleep Problems.


Fall Asleep Faster Dr. James Winston is a always reading magazines and looking for new ways to help his patients with a wide range of issues. Sleep problems and insomnia are frequent reasons people choose to see a mental health professional. Dr. Winston found an article by Michael Terman, PhD on Bottom Line Health [...]

Solving Sleep Problems.2024-04-29T17:20:33-05:00



What Is Insomnia? Insomnia is any sleeping problem that makes you feel that your time spent sleeping is inadequate or unrefreshing. It includes the following: difficulty falling asleep, waking up too early, waking up intermittently in the middle of the night or having a normal sleep pattern that doesn’t leave you feeling rested. Insomnia [...]