The #1 Way To CURE Insomnia Without Drugs

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) is considered by sleep experts to be the first line of defense for insomnia. Which means, if you see a sleep doctor, they are more likely to recommend a six week course in CBT-I than write a prescription for something like Ambien.

While it can seem a little daunting to start, research has shown CBT-I to be more effective at curing insomnia than medication, and it usually lasts much longer, too.

In this video, join Adria as she explains what the CBT-I process looks like, how you can get started, and what to do if a therapist is not accessible to you. Also joining us in this video is Dr. Brandon Peters, a board-certified neurologist and sleep expert, and Dr. Michael Breus, a board-certified clinical psychologist and sleep expert.

📚 Order Dr. Peters's latest book right here:
🖥️ And learn more about Dr. Breus at his YouTube Channel: @TheSleepDoctor

🖥️ For more information on CBT-I, including links to some of the resources we mention in the video, visit Sleep Foundation:

📺 For tips on reducing your anxiety before bed, check out our video:

0:00 About CBT-I
0:28 What is Insomnia?
3:00 Why Meds Don't Work
3:56 CBT-I Explained
5:17 A Case Study
6:26 What is the Process Like?
7:34 At-Home Resources
8:32 Long-Term Efficacy

#cognitivebehavioraltherapy #insomnia #cbt

You May Also Like

About the Author: Joy Packard