Sleep Problem

Sleep disorder clinics in Ludhiana

Sleep disturbance is the most common symptom of stress, depression, anxiety etc. Daytime distress can make it harder to complete daily tasks. Sleep issues can impact ability to do well at school or work. They can also affect relationships and quality of life.

There are clear signs of a sleep disorder if you have :

  • Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
  • Falling asleep at unlikely times
  • Troubled sleep
  • Fatigue
  • Irritability
  • Increased anxiety or depression
  • Persistent illness or discomfort

At our clinic, we help clients find the reason of their sleep disturbance through cognitive behaviour therapy or counselling. It is the most widely used structured program that helps you to locate the reason and replace your thoughts that worsen your sleep. It is conducted one on one with a trained therapist. The results start showing within a few days and clients report positive changes in life.

Sleep disorder clinics in Ludhiana


What are some common sleep problems?
Common sleep problems include insomnia (difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep), sleep apnea (a condition where breathing is interrupted during sleep), restless legs syndrome (an uncomfortable sensation in the legs that causes an urge to move them), and narcolepsy (a disorder characterized by excessive daytime sleepiness and sudden episodes of sleep).

What causes sleep problems?
Sleep problems can have various causes, including stress, anxiety, depression, medical conditions such as sleep apnea or restless legs syndrome, lifestyle factors such as poor sleep habits or irregular sleep schedule, certain medications, caffeine or alcohol consumption, and environmental factors like noise or an uncomfortable sleep environment.

How can sleep problems affect my mental health?
Sleep problems can significantly impact mental health. Lack of quality sleep or sleep deprivation can worsen symptoms of mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression, reduce cognitive function, impair memory, and affect mood regulation. On the other hand, addressing sleep problems can improve mental health and overall well-being.

What are some treatment options for sleep problems?
Treatment options for sleep problems depend on the underlying cause and severity of the issue. They may include improving sleep hygiene, managing underlying medical conditions, using medications, using devices such as continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) for sleep apnea, and implementing behavioral therapies such as cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia