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Insomnia and OCD Peterborough

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    Insomnia, anger and OCD are all mental health issues. Anger is a normal emotion but if your anger seems out of control and is affecting your life then you may have anger issues. OCD is a mental health disorder which involves unwanted and disturbing thoughts that cause a great deal of anxiety to OCD suffers. Insomnia is a sleep disorder that stops you falling asleep or staying asleep and the common cause of insomnia is stress, depression or worry as well as anger.

    If you have found our website then it’s likely that you are looking for the answer and the support you may need in order to help you to release the stress of holding many emotions and to be able to regain full control of your life.

    How can Counselling Help

    Many people may not be aware that counselling can be used for a wide range of mental health issues, this includes but is not limited to depression, worry, sleep problems, anger, lack of self-confidence, obsessive compulsive disorder and many other mental health related problems.

    The biggest benefit of having Mental Wellness Counselling is that I offer a totally relaxed open space for you to discuss what is going on in your life that is affecting your mental health without the fear of judgement but with listening and understanding. Just by knowing that you have that place to go every week or a fortnight can be enough for you to feel relief.

    Mental Health Issues:

    Anger

    What makes us angry? Neighbours making a noise, people leaving doors open or someone embarrassing us and causing us loss of face? Anger can take a lot of different forms, but it is a common emotion that most people have. It’s possible to learn about your anger and how your actions to it come about and it’s well worth doing this as you can then analyse your own actions and find a better way to manage and handle your anger problems.

    OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)

    OCD is also known as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder; OCD is a mental health disorder that affects people of all ages. People with OCD tend to feel uncomfortable about their behaviours because it is common to believe they are not really necessary and often linked with feelings of embarrassment and this makes it difficult for OCD sufferers to ask for help. However, OCD is treatable with the help of a professional. You can find out more on our OCD symptoms and treatments page.

    Compulsive Tendencies

    OCD, PTSD, compulsions and trauma are common occurrences in modern life. They are all forms of anxiety, but have different triggers, symptoms and treatment.Although OCD and PTSD are very similar and usually connected as any trigger that cause the symptoms of OCD might also have a chance to cause PTSD in the same person; and this may be the reason why OCD and PTSD are so commonly found together. You can find out more about this on our OCD and PTSD page.

    Sleep Problems or Insomnia

    What is insomnia? Insomnia is a sleep disorder, that is when you can’t sleep or have difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep. Anxiety, stress, anger, and depression are some of the most common causes of insomnia. Visit our insomnia page to find out more.

    Contact Us

    Here at Mental Wellness Counselling we use a number of different approaches to help people overcome their problems all tailored to individual requirements. These include Anger Management, OCD and PTSD Counselling, Sleep Problems Treatment and exploration of any contributing factors to your mental health issues. We have an excellent success rate.

    Reach out to schedule your first appointment, You can schedule your consultation here. During your first session, you can share a bit about what’s troubling you and I can answer any questions you might have. We’ll discuss your goals and my approach and assess whether we are the right fit for each other. If you have any questions related to counselling, you can get in touch with me on 01733 639 040 or email me at info@mentalwellnesscounselling.uk and I will respond within 24 business hours.

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