If you have problems with sleep at night time, you should consider no naps in the late afternoon. Visit the Centre for Clinical Interventions for a free printout of other sleeping tips to help regulate your sleep (click here for sleep hygiene information sheet).
Your Clinical Psychologist or Osteopath will likely ask you about the quality of your sleep as part of initial history taking and assessment. This is because sleep is an important part of psychological and physical health. Just some of the many functions that are impacted by sleep include learning, attention, memory, creativity, mood, metabolism, energy, immunity, libido and inflammation... important stuff! So get napping peoples!