Online "SleepPrime" Tool May Facilitate Better Sleep
Do you sleep well? Sleep is one of the primary factors affecting how you feel and perform each day – and throughout your lifetime.
If you slept well last night...
In addition, if you slept well last night, and continue to sleep well, you are less vulnerable to disease, depression, anxiety and weight issues.
Unfortunately, a lot of people aren’t sleeping well for a myriad of reasons. Stress at work, bad sleep hygiene, bad sleep environment, advanced or delayed circadian rhythm, jet lag or more serious sleep disorders.
Two top sleep medicine physicians from Baylor University and Stanford university witnessed thousands of patients have dramatic improvements in their sleep by following a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) program.
CBT relies on simple, effective methods that help you permanently change the way you think about sleep.
Think small, achievable, targeted steps and goals with little rewards along the way to keep you motivated. Their only frustration? Not being able to help more people desperate to get restful and restorative sleep.
As a result, the two sleep doctors designed a web-based sleep health program called SleepPrime. It took 18 months to develop and is designed to help people with an array of sleep issues.
The program starts with a 10-minute clinically-focused screener. SleepPrime provides a detailed report and a personalized action plan for better sleep health. The platform focuses on three key areas:
SleepPrime is free to use. Visit SleepPrime.com for more information. For more on achieving better sleep, please see the articles listed below.
Importance of Sleep
What are Healthy Sleep Habits
Establishing a Sleep Schedule
Sleep Inducing Foods
Establishing a Healthy Bedtime Routine
How to Sleep Better
Sleep Position - Does it Matter?
Tips for Falling Asleep and Staying Asleep
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Published by Jules Sowder