Trying to be more productive, we equip ourselves with biohacking, mental health and mindfulness apps, fitness trackers, and all the other products of the wellbeing tech industry. Yet, sometimes all we need is… simply a good sleep. Or is it so simple?
If you were diagnosed with sleep apnea insomnia and you’re still waking up during the night, it may be worth considering cognitive behavioral therapy.
CBT-I is the only scientifically proven, non-invasive insomnia treatment to help you stay asleep.
If you’re stuck in a sleepless rut worrying about your lack of sleep, you could be experiencing sleep anxiety.
This sleep anxiety cycle contributes to many individuals’ long-term insomnia symptoms. Negative emotions surrounding one’s ability to sleep can make sleep a challenging, scary process that only worsens insomnia.
CBT for insomnia is a long-term solution 70-80% more effective than sleeping pills.
After 15-20 years of sleep struggles, Clifford found Somly to be the answer to his insomnia.
Experience accountability of a personalized treatment program with a licensed sleep coach.
insomnia affects roughly 30 percent of the general adult population. For some, it is ongoing sleep disruptions and for approximately 10 percent, it is more severe and leads to daytime functional deterioration. Because solid sleep is a necessity for physical and mental health, it is important to be educated on what exactly insomnia is and even more important to seek treatment if you are a victim of the condition.
“I really thought that I was a hopeless case. That I was doomed to poor sleep for the rest of my life. But Dr. Oexman showed me I can be normal too. These are tools I can take with me for the rest of my life.” –Ivey
While COVID-19 has upended many of our lives and placed an additional daily layer of fear in our minds, it is also the culprit of insomnia for some. Instead of sliding between the sheets with the next day to look forward to, the coronavirus causes many of us to stay up beyond our normal time, anxious with fear of the unknown.
“I sleep like a baby now. There’s a variety of things that I learned around really helping control and sleep better. I think the deep concept there is being able to learn how to sleep and how things like light and timing and all these things really impact sleep. I highly recommend if you have any issues with insomnia, giving it a try.”
Being pregnant is a wondrous, exciting and—let’s face it—exhausting adventure. It’s important to take of yourself and your growing baby during this time. With a few proactive steps, you can increase the likelihood that you will fall asleep quickly, sleep deeply, and through the night. Sweet dreams!
It’s undeniable that the COVID-19 outbreak has changed our lives dramatically. From economic hardships to adjustments in remote learning, working from home, and lack of social interactions, the pandemic has caused our priorities to shift with little warning.
We don’t feel like ourselves whenever we don’t get a full night’s sleep. That’s why Daylight Saving Time (DST) can make us feel fatigued and out-of-sorts from our usual selves.
As the scientific community studies sleep, a growing link between a lack of sleep and Alzheimer’s disease (AD) has appeared