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Patients who struggle with sleep need help right away before fatigue takes its toll on their health, work and personal lives. When patients sleep better, they feel better and live better.

Medical Experts Recommend CBTI

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CBTI is the Most Effective Treatment for Insomnia—help patients sleep, with a DISCOUNT.

With Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia, patients not only achieve better sleep, they learn the skills they need to sleep effectively for the long-term. Simply fill out this form and you’ll receive an online DISCOUNT CODE for CBTI treatment through Somly, plus our sleep research newsletters. Pass our code along to your patients and get them sleeping sooner!

Insomnia is harming your patients health—get the help they need.

Somly is a telemedicine company comprised of a team of board-credentialed sleep specialists. Our six-week, online program is based on research and clinical practice.

CBTI is the only scientifically proven, non-drug insomnia treatment. It is 70-80% more effective than sleeping pills* and reduces or eliminates sleeping pills in the vast majority of patients.

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What recent studies have concluded about CBTI

Additional Research on CBTI

Using CBTI in conjuction with positive airway pressure (PAP) therapy for sleep apnea patients.

Ameta-analysis of using CBTI with sufferers of comorbid insomnia.

Delivering CBTI over the internet, including its use to improve comorbid anxiety symptoms among individuals with insomnia.

CBTI randomized controlled trials to practice-guidelines to implementation in clinical practice.

Behavioral and psychological treatments for chronic insomnia disorder in adults: an American Academy of Sleep Medicine clinical practice.

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Additional Resources



*J Thorac Dis. 2018 Jan; 10(Suppl 1): S94–S102. doi:10.21037/jtd.2018.01.35

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