Did you know? More than 1 in 10 people have insomnia.

Insomnia is curable in most cases, but remains a major contributing factor to chronic pain, anxiety and depression.

If you're struggling to sleep, our assessment will reveal if insomnia might be the problem.

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Did you know? Sleeping tablets don't treat the underlying cause, and are only recommended for short term problems (less than 4 weeks).
  1. Alcohol helps you sleep

    Myth: Alcohol may help you fall asleep, or to relax before bed. But as it can lead to disturbed, restless sleep and cause you to wake earlier.

  2. Exercise helps you sleep

    Fact: Regular exercise is great natural way to improve your sleep. But, it's best to avoid strenuous exercise 2-3 hours before bedtime.

  3. Insomnia is all in your head

    Myth: While psychological issues, such as stress, can cause insomnia it is not the only trigger. Behaviour around sleep and physical health also contribute.

  4. Sleeping pills do no harm

    Myth: Some medications can relieve short term insomnia symptoms but none cure it. Addressing underlying issues, your environment and behaviour is often the best approach.

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