Severe insomnia can wreak havoc with mental health and physical wellbeing. According to the NHS website, insomnia is defined as regularly experiencing problems sleeping. Sleep is incredibly important and enables the body and mind to relax and reboot, rest and heal. Getting enough sleep is critical. It is often a vicious circle – stress can often make it difficult to sleep, but lack of sleep makes it harder for you to cope with stress. Insomnia often hits people at different stages in their lives and increased stress, worry or sorrow can adversely impact upon our sleep patterns. Often children struggle sleeping

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