Month: August 2015

Therapy vs sleeping pills for insomnia

Medication may not be the best way to tackle sleepless nights Insomnia — difficulty in getting to sleep and staying asleep — is one of the most common complaints brought to GPs. One in four of us have a bout of insomnia lasting at least a week at some point in our lives — and… Read more »

CBT Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Depression

The many symptoms of depression Perhaps you’re experiencing a persistent emotional slump. You might feel sad, anxious, empty, hopeless, helpless, worthless, guilty or irritable. Perhaps you’ve lost interest in doing things that you once used to find fun, or you struggle to get excited about things that used to interest you. You might have lost… Read more »