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Why is Sleep So Important?

During sleep, a variety of processes occur to restore our minds and bodies to their normal, healthy baseline. When we sleep poorly, our bodies miss out on the chance to recharge, both physically and mentally.

 

Personal sleep needs do vary depending on the individual, and sleep needs vary further with age, stress levels, and general health. It is fair to say that insomnia is a nationwide problem. 

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According to the CDC, nearly 1/3 of US adults report that they usually get less than the general recommended 7-8 hours of sleep each night. Regular sleep deprivation has been linked to the chronic conditions such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and depression. Frequent sleeplessness can also pose a public health concern, as it may affect our capacity to drive safely, and care for others at work. 

Learn more below about how, and why, it is so important to get a better night's sleep.

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Go! to Sleep

This six week web-based program employs "Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia," a therapeutic strategy that helps patients to identify and then re-frame specific thoughts and behaviors that are interfering with their ability to sleep deeply. 

What You'll Get

  • 6 weeks worth of effective sleep therapy

  • Specially crafted relaxation practices

  • Daily emails from your program coach

  • An online sleep log and daily sleep efficiency

  • Personal progress charts

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