Insomnia is a common sleep disorder, that disrupts sleep quantity or quality, resulting in difficulties falling asleep, staying asleep, or waking prematurely.
Approximately 29% of adults encounter sleep problems, with a higher prevalence among women at around 34% compared to 24% in men.
Acupuncture offers a gentle route for those wrestling with insomnia and disrupted sleep patterns.
Without the typical side effects linked to medications, it gently realigns the body's natural sleep rhythms, addressing stress-related sleep disturbances and other causes.
Research suggests that acupuncture can help with insomnia by:
Like other therapies, acupuncture achieves optimal results when maintained regularly and consistently.
At the beginning of treatment, the frequency of treatments might range from one to two visits per week, to address your specific concerns.
In certain cases, a combination of herbs, tuina or cupping may complement the acupuncture regimen.
During your initial consultation, we'll explore your requirements and preferred treatment frequency, allowing a tailored plan suited to your needs.