In today’s competitive world, sleep is more of a luxury than a necessity. Sleep is important for the well being, both emotionally and physically for an individual. Insufficient sleep or no sleep has long lasting health and psychological disorders. If you have been experiencing insomnia, it may be due to a number of factors, including stress, anxiety or depression. In order to address your sleep problem, it is best to consult someone who can help you change your behaviour, manage feelings and emotions that may interfere with your sleep.
Here are some of the common steps that you will need to take so that you can change your habits and in the process improve your sleep: