Refreshing, restful sleep. Those words sound lovely but are out of reach for many of us. Health and quality of life depend on quality sleep, but this is a significant challenge for many people.
The prevalence of insomnia is too high in our society, with about 30 percent of the adult population experiencing this sleep disorder and trends showing increasing rates over time.
One of the most common causes of insomnia is related to psychological functions, which is why therapies like CBT-I (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia) work so well.
There are times when anxious thoughts or rumination can be controlled to allow for a better night’s sleep. And it may just be a notebook and a pen away. Keep watching to find out more!