If you experience chronic or periodic anxiety or depression, you may be at greater risk for insomnia.
Many people with insomnia do not seek help, often due to reluctance related to taking sleep medications.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) is designed to help you fall asleep, stay asleep, and improve your daytime functioning and quality of life as a result of better sleep at night. CBT-I typically results in significant improvement in six (or fewer) sessions, AND research has shown CBT-I is at least as effective as sleep medications for insomnia in the short-term, and is usually more effective than sleep medications in the long-term.
Follow this link to learn more about CBT-I.