Sleep... Where have you been for days, weeks, or maybe even years?
Feeling exhausted and anxious about going to sleep each day, as you wonder when this will change.
Then it's time to consider a new way of getting IMPROVED SLEEP!
Lying awake in bed, wondering what time exactly will you fall asleep tonight. Thinking about your to do list for tomorrow, and getting anxious that you can't sleep.
Night after night this pattern goes on, feeling defeated. You've asked your doctor for help, or even asked others for opinions. You've given up going on trips, or even sharing a bed with your beloved partner because you hope each change will work.
Feeling like you've reached the end of your ability to cope because you have tried everything to help yourself get more sleep? Going to bed earlier, sleep in when you finally fall asleep, and using all sorts of additional tools like white noise, a fan, a weighted blanket, even a sleep mask - yet it's not helping.
Sleep is a core part of how we repair our body's cells. Sleep helps support our mood to be stable. After a solid nights sleep we don't feel on edge, and we are less sensitive to stress. Struggling with anxiety can also be linked to difficulty with sleep. Not to worry though because CBT work for both INSOMNIA & ANXIETY!
CBT-I or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia is known as the # 1 treatment to treat/cure insomnia. It focuses on building understanding about your beliefs and behaviors around sleep, then works on changing thinking patterns, beliefs about sleep, and taking actionable steps to support you getting better quality sleep.
Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) can help you control or eliminate negative thoughts and actions that keep you awake and is generally recommended as the first line of treatment for people with insomnia. Typically, CBT-I is equally or more effective than sleep medications.
3.3 Million Canadians struggle with Insomnia and sleep difficulties. You don't have to be another statistic. Start your journey to better sleep today!
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