At Somly, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBTI) is the primary strategy we use to help people get a better night’s sleep. As a result, we thought we would share some of that experience with you. Below you’ll find a variety of different resources and information discussing CBTI, which includes defining what it is and how effective it is in treating insomnia.
When every night is a struggle to get into truly restful sleep habits, the mind can become another challenging barrier. That is why CBT is seen by many psychologists and sleep therapists as an essential tool to combat insomnia.
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.
The care you’ll receive from trained medical professionals will educate you on normal sleep patterns, identify insomnia triggers and how to resolve them, and introduce coping mechanisms for daytime functions and time changes.
We’ve found that once you train your brain to sleep, anxiety begins to fade away. You begin to be more productive during the day and you find more time for relaxation! Satisfying sleep is no longer a wish, it becomes a nightly habit, with Somly.
If you have tried to combat insomnia on your own without success, it may be time to consider a therapeutic solution. CBTI & ACT are therapeutic insomnia treatments. Read about the pros and cons of each.