Please note that most sleep clinics are primarily geared towards sleep disordered breathing, obstructive and central sleep apnoea.
UHS guidance is that parasomnias and suspicion of narcolepsy or nocturnal epilepsy should be referred to adult neurology colleagues.
Insomnia is a common but underfunded condition nationally, and whilst on a case by case basis these patients may be seen to ensure the basics are done i.e. sleep hygiene, advice for psychological input, etc., or if suspicion of coexistent OSA, if more complex, patients with insomnia should be referred to specialist clinics, nearest being Oxford (Dr Zaiwalla) or a London hospital (please consult their services for referral criteria). Suspicion of sexsomnia should also be referred to London or Oxford.