AbstractThis is a presentation on insomnia and a specific treatment modality - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy used to help folks deal with this affliction. The presentation begins with the DSM-V definition of insomnia: “A predominant complaint of dissatisfaction with sleep quantity or quality” ○ At least three nights per week for at least three months ● Causes day time impair mentor stress ● Despite adequate opportunity for sleep ● Unattributable to another sleep-wake disorder, medical/mental health disorder, or to a substance. The presentation continues to define the different types of insomnia and percentages of adults in the US who complain of Insomnia ( 30-35%), the presentation then deals with misconceptions about sleep disorders and finally introduces the notion of CBTi - Replacing maladaptive sleep behaviors and thoughts with behavioral techniques and positive sleep thoughts.....
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