Insomnia is defined by difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or early morning wakening.  It is a common problem, with half of adults experiencing it in their lifetime.  It negatively affects mood, work and relationships and can become a vicious cycle where the person dreads going to bed at night, making falling asleep even more difficult. There is cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia that uses a step-by-step approach proven to improve your sleep without the use of medication.  This treatment includes:

  • using relaxation and stress reduction techniques
  • teaching you to quiet your mind and body
  • establishing behavioral techniques that dramatically improve sleep

Want more information about how CBT is used to treat insomnia? Listen to an interview with Jennifer about insomnia on Dream Talk Radio with Anne Hill.