Yes, in most cases, you can break the cycle of insomnia and become a better sleeper. By making changes in your sleep schedule, practicing relaxation exercises, reducing behaviors that impair sleep and breaking the cycle of anxious thoughts, you can become a more restful sleeper.
Pillow Talk’s proven methods are referred to as a cognitive-behavioral approach to insomnia relief. What that means is that you will learn “cognitive” techniques that will stop anxious thoughts and expectations about poor sleep from keeping you awake. And you’ll also learn “behavioral” techniques that will break habits that keep you awake and strengthen behaviors that promote sleep.
The program also includes several stress-relieving practices that will lower your stress during the day and night. We all know that stress can cause trouble sleeping and trouble sleeping can be stressful – the program will help you feel less tense and anxious about sleep.
Sleep specialists agree that cognitive-behavioral techniques should be the first step used in treating insomnia because they are safe and effective. In recent studies, the vast majority of people with insomnia who followed a methodology similar to the Pillow Talk program showed significant improvement in their sleep.
For advice on the use of over-the-counter medications, prescription medications, herbal remedies and other supplements, please contact your health care provider.
Yes. If you are currently taking sleep medications, supplements or herbal remedies, you can still follow the Pillow Talk Program. Once your sleep begins to improve, consult with your health care provider about reducing your need for medication. In time, it is likely that you will put an end to your insomnia without the use of medications.
The cognitive-behavioral techniques used in the Pillow Talk Program are scientifically proven to be effective.
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“The relaxation exercises included in Pillow Talk have helped me to shut out the work day and finally get some sleep.” ~Peter