Insomnia Digest – September 2016

Summary

Digest for the period of Sept 1 to Sept. 30, 2016 (in progress)

Featured Post: Shut-i App Review

More News: A New Therapy for Insomnia: No More Negative Thoughts

 

Summary

Digest for the period of Sept 1 to Sept. 30, 2016 (in progress)

Featured Post: Shut-i App Review

More News: A New Therapy for Insomnia: No More Negative Thoughts

Featured Post

Shut-i Review

Referenced as “the best-studied program” by Harvard Health, SHUTi  is designed to actively help retrain your body and mind for great sleep through six engaging Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia strategy and learning sessions. Unlike printed material, video collections, or recorded lectures, each online Core is personalized to your current sleep patterns and goals, and walks you, step-by-step, through exactly what you need to do to maximum your sleep improvements, now and for the future.

Articles

A New Therapy for Insomnia: No More Negative Thoughts

Roni Caryn Rabin | NT Times | Aug. 16, 2016

… several medical organizations have endorsed a treatment known as cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia or C.B.T.-I. In May the American College of Physicians advised its members that C.B.T.-I. was the first treatment they should offer patients with insomnia.

I wanted to try it, but there is a shortage of trained therapists with expertise in C.B.T.-I. I didn’t want to wait for an appointment; I just wanted to solve the problem.

So I decided to try an online sleep program. Convincing data that internet-based programs are effective is piling up,
and a recent review of clinical trials reported that insomniacs improved their sleep as much after online C.B.T.-I. programs as they did after face-to-face C.B.T.-I. counseling.

 Credit: Stuart Bradford, NY Times

Credit: Stuart Bradford, NY Times

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