Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia
Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) is a type of therapy used to treat sleep disorders, particularly insomnia. The therapy aims to modify negative thoughts and behaviors associated with sleep and establish healthy sleep habits. CBT-I involves several techniques, including sleep hygiene education, relaxation techniques, stimulus control, and sleep restriction therapy, among others. The therapy has been found to be effective in improving sleep duration and quality, as well as reducing insomnia symptoms.
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