“Oh sleep! it is a gentle thing, beloved from pole to pole!” So said the Ancient Mariner in Coleridge’s poem, and so, probably, say all of us. Yet large numbers of people do have periodic or long-term difficulty in getting a good night’s rest.
Arranged by LymeForward, on Thursday 18th July, from 3.00pm to 4.00pm, in the small hall at Woodmead Halls, Ellie Sturrock is offering a free, open, session for anyone who would like practical sleep advice. This offers a combination of treatments for managing poor sleep. These are all psychological and behavioural, with no medication involved. It does not actively treat restless legs or sleep apnoea, but for early morning waking, insomnia, night time worries or nightmares, this will give you some strategies to use right away.
Ellie is a senior therapist with Dorset Healthcare’s ‘Steps to Wellbeing’ service. A most interesting and sympathetic professional who works regularly in Lyme Regis, she says: “All are welcome. No charge, no booking, just come along.”
This is a rare opportunity, so if you think it might help you, don’t miss it!