Sleep

About one in five people in the UK have some difficulty with sleeping.

Sleep problems can be a key sign of common mental health conditions and sleep disorders can actually trigger mood and other emotional disorders.

Sleep difficulties are particularly common in women, children, and those over 65, although everyone can be affected.

Everyone needs different amounts of sleep. You should usually feel refreshed and not sleepy during the daytime.

Poor sleep can be caused by worrying about being awake or not sleeping enough; temporary problems (e.g. a strange bed); stress, anxiety or depression; sleep apnoea (where the airways close while sleeping); other illnesses such as coughing or pain; needing the toilet; stimulants such as coffee, alcohol or smoking; illegal drugs or prescription medication.

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About Talking Therapies

We are a free and confidential NHS service offering a range of talking therapies to anyone registered with a Surrey GP (18 years and over). You can refer yourself to us without seeing a doctor first

Crisis Care

If you are concerned about yours or someone else’s immediate safety, then call 999 for emergency services. If you feel that you need urgent help to be able to keep yourself or others safe it is important to contact your GP. Outside of GP hours, the following crisis support is available: Crisis Helpline In times of crisis or distress please call: 0300 456 83 42 5.00pm – 9.00am Monday to Friday, with 24 hours cover at weekends including Bank Holidays. Samaritans (24 hours daily) 08457 90 90 90 (national number) or 01737 248444 (East Surrey Samaritans), email: jo@samaritans.org More on crisis/emergency resources here