A public transport accident in Lincolnshire may leave you feeling stressed and anxious and even stop you from getting a good night’s sleep. Whether you’re suffering from shock, worrying about money, or simply feeling depressed because of your injuries, there are some things which you can do to help you sleep better at night.
Read our tips below for easing stress following an accident as well as what you can do to claim compensation for your injuries.
Easing stress after a public transport accident in Lincolnshire
Stressed and anxious following your accident? The following tips could help you sleep better at night:
Reading is a great way to take your mind off other things and give your brain a workout before bed. Getting into the habit of reading a good book will help to banish your worries and help you feel tired and ready for sleep. Reading, unlike watching TV or playing games on your smartphone will help you shut off, and who knows, you may discover a new favourite book as a result.
If your injury allows it, yoga has been practiced for centuries as a meditative exercise which can help ease stress and tension, whilst also boosting your balance and flexibility. You don’t need to be a dedicated student for yoga to work, a short 15 minute session before bed could be all you need to ease your anxiety and aid your recovery.
Speak to your doctor
Many people suffering with stress are reluctant to talk to their doctor because they don’t want to be prescribed medication. Your doctor will want to avoid doing this as much as possible, and may be able to refer you to a councillor or other professional to help you talk through your problems and find ways to help your stress.
Make a claim for compensation
Often, the stress felt following an accident is related to money. From a loss of earnings through being unable to work or faced with heavy expenses as a result of your injury, an accident could have serious consequences for your finances. Making a claim for compensation could help recover these costs and give you one less thing to worry about whilst you recover.
Getting in touch about making a claim
As one of the UK’s leading law firms dealing solely with accident claims, Accident Advice Helpline is ready to listen to you. We have a team of trained advisers who are experts in accident compensation and will be able to quickly assess whether or not you are eligible to make a claim.
Find out how we can help you make a claim for compensation and ease your accident-related money concerns through giving us a call on our 24/7 advice line – 0800 689 0500 (0333 500 0993 from mobiles) today.
Date Published: 4th July 2015
Author: David Brown