SLEEP, A PILLAR OF HEALTH.
Poor quality or insufficient sleep is linked to a series of negative effects on an individual's mental and physical health, social life and performance. However, we are all likely to suffer, at some point in our life, from sleeping difficulties, which can have significant negative consequences on our personal and professional life. When these sleep difficulties become chronic and affect our daily functioning, specialized psychological care is the tool of choice to get back to sleep.
PSYCHOLOGY TO OVERCOME INSOMNIA
Cognitive and behavioral management of insomnia is the first-line therapeutic tool for anyone complaining:
- Difficulty falling asleep
- Awakenings during the night
- Early morning awakenings
- A feeling of non-restorative sleep
This brief psychological therapy makes it possible to regain quality sleep by modifying unsuitable sleep-related behaviors, by working on the thoughts that accompany the lack of sleep (worries, ruminations, beliefs) as well as by managing the impact of this lack on the patient. daily functioning (motivation, fatigue, mood, performance,…).
Sleep for performance
Sleep is also an integral part of sports preparation and is an essential factor for performance and recovery. Good sleep is associated with better athletic performance, more efficient recovery, a more robust mind, and lower risk of injury. Preparing for sleep in the same way as your training sessions is therefore essential. The goal of the treatment will be to help you integrate a personalized sleep strategy into your daily life in order to get the most out of your training and recovery.