Cognitive restructuring involves turning these negative thoughts into more constructive thoughts, such as “Even though it takes a while to fall asleep, I’ll be fine tomorrow,” or “I can let go and rely on my body’s natural ability to sleep. CBT-I is considered effective for many types of sleep disorders and even shows potential benefits for people with short-term insomnia. They wanted to know whether telemedicine CBTi performed similarly (i.e. no worse than) on-site CBTi in reducing the severity of sleep disorders. A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials of cognitive behavioral therapy for sleep disorders (CBT-I) in cancer survivors.
What are the 3 types of sleep disorders?
Transient insomnia is a type of insomnia that does not last long but can last up to a week. There are different types of sleep disorders. Some cases may last a few days while others may last longer. Mixed sleep disorders mean that you have more than one type of sleep disorder. For example, you have trouble falling asleep and wake up several times during the night. Short-term insomnia is the most popular form. It can affect both children and adults, but is most common in women, particularly during pregnancy or menopause.
These types of sleep disorders make you worry about not being able to fall back asleep and not getting enough sleep.