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Sleep Therapy

Sleep therapy isn’t just about getting more sleep – it’s about improving the quality of your sleep and feeling your best. 

Sleep Therapy

What is sleep therapy?

Sleep therapy is a specialized treatment designed to help individuals struggling with sleep issues such as insomnia, sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, and more. At its core, sleep therapy is all about helping people achieve the restful, restorative sleep they need to feel their best. 

Sleep therapy Services

Relationship Assessment

Relaxation techniques

 Techniques may include deep breathing, progressive muscle relaxation, and visualization exercises to help calm the mind.

Relationship Assessment

Mindfulness meditation

 Mindfulness meditation can help calm the mind, which can improve sleep quality. Focusing on the thoughts without judgment.

Relationship Assessment

Sleep hygiene education

Sleep therapists provide education on habits and routines that can promote better sleep, and creating a relaxing sleep environment. 

Benefits of Sleep Therapy 

Medication management has been shown to have rapid and long-lasting effects in treating depression and reducing the risk of suicide. Some of the benefits of medication management treatment include:

Improved communication

Improved sleep quality

Sleep therapy can help you achieve deeper, more restful sleep, which can leave you feeling more refreshed and energized during the day. 

Identifying Negative Patterns

Better mood

DBT significantly reduce suicidal behavior in individuals with borderline personality disorder, a condition characterized by intense emotions, impulsivity, and unstable relationships. 

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Increased productivity

When you’re getting the sleep you need, you’re more likely to be alert, focused, and productive during the day.

Strengthen Bond

Reduced dependence on medication

Sleep therapy can help you achieve better sleep without relying on medication, which can have side effects and be habit-forming. 

The Silent Saboteur of Your Sleep

Do you wake up feeling groggy and irritable despite getting a full night’s sleep? Do you snore loudly or wake up gasping for air? If so, you may be one of the millions of people suffering from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

OSA is a sleep disorder that causes your airway to become blocked during sleep, leading to interrupted breathing and poor sleep quality. It’s a silent saboteur of your sleep, stealing away the restorative benefits of a good night’s sleep and leaving you feeling exhausted and unfocused during the day.

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