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Paradoxical intention therapy is an easy technique to help you sleep

Most cases of insomnia are caused by incorrect thoughts and behaviors towards sleep. Known as psychophysiologic insomnia, sufferers often focus far too much attention on their sleep (or lack of it). This makes sleep more difficult, creating a negative cycle of worry and sleep deprivation. Healthy sleepers tend to take a passive [...]

How to cure insomnia caused by chronic pain

Researchers at the University of Warwick in Coventry, UK, have stated that most patients who seek treatment for pain also report insomnia that is severe enough to warrant clinical attention. Perhaps that should come as no surprise - living with chronic pain is hardly going to be conducive to a [...]

If you’re a woman over 50 with insomnia, you need to read this (if you want to sleep better)

When it comes to how well we sleep (or don't sleep), there does appear to be a difference between the genders. It's thought that hormonal changes are responsible for many cases of insomnia in women. If you want to improve your sleep without sleeping pills, moderate intensity exercise can really [...]

CBT for insomnia may cure more than just insomnia

I am a big fan of cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia. I believe it should be the first treatment offered to those suffering from chronic insomnia. Others agree with me: CBT-i has been recognized as the preferred treatment for chronic insomnia by the National Institutes of Health and the British Medical [...]

Are thermostats to blame for all our sleep problems?

Regular readers of this blog will know that I often talk about artificial light being a menace to sleep health. Not only does the very existence of artificial light in the form of light bulbs encourage us to spend more time awake, the type of light emitted by the numerous [...]

The truth about melatonin supplements for insomnia

I'm pretty active on Twitter (if you're on there, you can follow me here). One thing I see on there (a lot) is people complaining about their insomnia. That's fine (it's always good to vent). However, I also see a lot of replies from people who then recommend melatonin supplements. In [...]