Are you tired of being tired? And wouldn’t a good night’s sleep probably make everything else seem less problematic?
In treating insomnia, I have found that when someone can do what needs to be done to get a good night’s sleep, and maintain this for a while, they were also able to do what needed to be done to beat depression, anxiety, and trauma. It seems like there is some more research to back this up.
In a study published this year (2019) in Sleep Medicine, it was shown that treating insomnia with psychotherapy actually improves depression and heightened anxiety before going to sleep. While this study was done with postmenopausal women, it has been my experience that this has worked for others as well.
It’s amazing how treating one thing can lead to so much health in other areas that weren’t even being targeted in treatment.
If you would like to see how getting a better night’s sleep can help you, schedule a 15...