Have you suffered a crisis of self-doubt? You are not alone. About 70% of us will feel self-doubt at least once in our lives. Imposter syndrome is defined as the self-perception of intellectual fraud. Despite repeated successes, people will attribute their success to 'dumb luck' or simply being endorsed by people holding a personal bias toward them. Ultimately, because people feel undeserving of their success and therefore unable to internalise their accomplishments. Achievements are overshadowed by a remarkable sense of inauthenticity and riddled with the fear of being discovered as a blagger.
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Insomnia is a critical public health issue. Invariably this places a burden on the NHS. There has been a recent rise in research investigating insomnia causes and treatments as clinicians are recognising the significance of adequate sleep on mental health conditions.