If you’ve been struggling with insomnia and feel like you’ve tried everything, it might be time to look into cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).

From one user’s experience, “Nobody thinks twice about getting a trainer at the gym, and this doesn’t feel any different than that to me. I simply reached out to an expert to help me with this important part of my health, and now I’m happy to say I do believe I have a handle on my sleep challenges. I finally have the tools I need to peacefully close my eyes at night, and that has truly been eye opening.”

Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) can help individuals target the negative habits in their sleep routine, and shift them for more positive and restful results.

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