Treating Insomnia When Sleep Hygiene Isn’t Enough

Health

SOURCES:

Annie Miller, behavioral sleep medicine therapist, DC Metro Sleep and Psychotherapy.

Mayo Clinic: “Insomnia treatment: Cognitive behavioral therapy instead of sleeping pills.”

Kaur, H; Spurling, B; Bollu, P. Chronic Insomnia, StatPearls Publishing, 2021.  

Sleep Foundation: “Light Therapy for Insomnia Sufferers,” “Sleep Hygiene,” “Light and Sleep,” “Mental Health and Sleep.”

Stanford Health Care: “Stimulus Control and CBTI.”

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