The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recently published updated guidelines for treating Insomnia and recommended Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) as an effective, evidence-based treatment. The Academy’s new guidelines are based on a large review of 37 sleep studies that examined the effectiveness of various treatments for 2,246 insomnia patients. This review showed that Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), among other behavioral/psychological interventions, is an effective treatment for insomnia, and that sleep improvements last over time.
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