There is often a conditioned response or habitual element to sleeplessness. Associations are powerful, and so is expectation. So how can we start to diminish the arousal our insomniac clients might experience when going to and being in bed?
Articles on: Insomnia and Sleep
When to Use Sleep Restriction Therapy for Your Insomnia Clients
Sleep restriction therapy entails forcing oneself to sleep only during a fixed designated time, and remaining awake at all other times. In this way, sleep is trained.
Is Your Client’s Insomnia Caused by Physical Factors?
It could be your client’s body, not their mind, that’s keeping them awake. Here’s a checklist of nine physical factors to look out for when treating insomnia.
3 More Techniques for Helping Your Clients Sleep
Regular, deep sleep is a necessity for a healthy life, so here are three more tips for treating insomnia.
One Simple Tool for Treating Insomnia
Helping the conscious mind move aside in favour of natural, unconscious processes is key when treating insomnia.