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On average, we spend a third of our lives asleep. Good thing, because healthy and restful sleep is one of the most important factors for our physical and mental health. For a large part of the population, sleep disorders make nighttime a misery, at least some of the time. Studies show that one third of the population suffers from non-restorative sleep.

We need sleep to process and store the events of the day. In addition, the body and brain regenerate during the rest phase. If these phases of regeneration and processing are missing, mental and physical exhaustion increases. This can have serious consequences: The immune system and psychological resistance are weakened and a high level of suffering develops, as everyday life becomes difficult to manage due to chronic fatigue. Sleep becomes an anxiety-ridden issue, resulting in the development of a vicious circle: The fear of the sleepless night intensifies the sleep disorder. If this is not intervened quickly and professionally, the sleep disturbances can develop into a psychological or somatic illness.

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Symptoms of sleep disorders

Chronic sleep disturbance can manifest itself through a variety of symptoms, these include:

  • Daytime fatigue
  • Exhaustion
  • Depressive mood
  • Decline in performance
  • Concentration problems
  • Increased sensitivity to pain
  • Nervousness
  • Aggression

Causes of and backgrounds to sleep problems

A sleep disorder can have many causes, among the most common are:

  • Psychiatric disorders (depression, anxiety disorders, dementia, schizophrenia, PTSD)
  • Neurological diseases
  • Chronic stress
  • Hormonal disorders
  • Chronic pain
  • Medication side effects
  • Substance addictions (alcohol, medications, drugs).

Holistic treatment concept for sleep disorders

The focus in our clinic is on diagnostics as well as individual therapy planning and recommendation and is based on a proven behavior analysis and behavior optimization concept.

In psychotherapy, the personal trigger conditions for the chronic sleep disorder are analyzed and strategies are developed together with you. In this way, you will learn to deal with the sleep disorder itself and the stresses resulting from it. Here, cognitive-behavioral therapeutic strategies such as thought stopping to consciously interrupt thought circles and ruminations or stimulus control in dealing with negative conditioning on the subject of sleep are also worked out. In addition, there is comprehensive training on the subject of sleep hygiene. This involves habits and measures that ensure healthy sleep and counteract sleep problems. In addition, relaxation and mindfulness techniques such as progressive muscle relaxation, yoga or meditation are taught to improve the ability to relax and restore inner balance

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