Therapy For Insomnia
Nearly 4 in 10 Singaporeans not getting enough sleep, nearly 2 in 10 having insomnia issue. This is a common issue, yet it worth our attention to improve it. Sleep plays an important role to protect our physical and mental health. People who have poor sleep are prone to depression, anxiety, and other mental illnesses. There is also a strong tendency of getting physical illness and ailment like heart diseases.
Taking the first step now to identify if you are having insomnia, do you:
- Have trouble falling asleep most nights?
- Lie awake in bed for prolonged periods?
- Wake up several times during the day?
- Wake up feeling tired?
- Get up in the mid of the night and have difficulty sleeping again?
- Having difficulty focusing during the daytime?
- Have concerns or dissatisfaction about sleep?
If you experience two or more of these symptoms regularly, you can take this test to identify the factors that affect your sleep. If your non-sleeping factor is caused by stress or psychological factors, speak to our therapists to manage your stress level. If your non-sleep type is non-psychological related, you may also benefit from Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) or learn tips on how to sleep better naturally.
We use Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) to address both behavioral and psychological factors of your life that prevent you from having a good sleep. Research has shown that this treatment approach is considered as most effective non-medication-based treatment for insomnia, and it can be even more effective than medications in the long term. To enhance the efficacy of the treatment plan, other approaches like mindfulness may be integrated.