Are you having sleep trouble? With the help of cutting edge treatment, you can learn how to sleep better

[COMMUNICATED] Don’t spend your nights tossing and turning before falling asleep, or waking up many times during the night. It does not have to be this way. The night is supposed to be the time when you rest and recharge for the next day. You should wake up rested and rejuvenated, ready to face another day.

CBT-i Sleep center can help you get a good night sleep. Imagine looking forward to the night, and waking up rested. .

What is CBT-i? CBT-i is the only non- drug, scientifically proven treatment for insomnia. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia is short- term, targeted help for adults and children to teach them how to initiate sleep, and stay asleep throughout the night. CBT-i is recognized by the National Institute of Health as “first line of treatment” for insomnia. Research by the National

Institutes of Health, and published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, demonstrates that a CBT-I program is more effective than sleeping pills. Studies show that CBT-i has a 75-80% success rate with no pills and no side effects.

An adult can expect to complete treatment in 5 or 6 sessions, and a child can expect to complete treatment in 2-6 sessions. For a free phone consultation, to learn what the CBT-i sleep center can do to help you or your child get a better night’s sleep, call Rocheli Sternheim LCSW at 732-852-7582, or email [email protected].

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