Insomnia in Teens Is a Major Public Health Problem. Here’s How to Fix It.


The problem with using drugs for insomnia is that they’re expensive and they don’t design long-term, reports Philly.com.

That is why it is so heartening that a flourishing organization of research been demonstrated that CBT-i provides that same succour when delivered to adolescents. What’s more, a recently published study that followed teens for 1 year after receiving simply six sessions of CBT-i showed that they continued to report improved sleep during that time, but also fewer manifestations of distres and depression.

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