TOPIC

Insomnia



The agony of insomnia can leave us feeling emotionally adrift and worn out. Not being able to fall asleep or waking up in the middle of the night only to stay wide awake can be a symptom of a physical ailment or something else taking root in our lives. Often the stress or fear of being unable to sleep compounds the problem, setting up dangerous cycles that leave us exhausted and feeling hopeless. Understanding what may be causing insomnia can take some digging, but finding the source can open up avenues of healing in many more ways than expected.

FindCenter Video Image
07:10

Dr. Josh Axe: Natural Cures for Insomnia

Symptoms, Causes, and 5 Natural Treatments for Insomnia

FindCenter AddIcon
FindCenter Video Image

Say Good Night to Insomnia

For the past ten years, sleep-deprived Americans have found natural, drug-free relief from insomnia with the help of Dr. Gregg D. Jacobs’s Say Good Night to Insomnia.

FindCenter AddIcon
FindCenter Video Image

Insomnia Common Among Cancer Patients

Roughly half of patients with cancer have symptoms of insomnia, and many may have sleep problems that linger for at least a year, a small study suggests. The most common malignancies were breast cancer, tumors of the prostate or testicles, and colorectal cancer.

FindCenter AddIcon
FindCenter Video Image

The Sleep Workbook: Easy Strategies to Break the Anxiety-Insomnia Cycle

If you are among the one-third of adults in the United States dealing with the vicious cycle of chronic sleep disruption, you can put your worries to bed.

FindCenter AddIcon
FindCenter Video Image

Cancer Survivorship: Insomnia and Sleep Disturbance

Many cancer patients face sleep problems, such as difficulty fall­ing asleep, frequent nighttime waking, rising too early in the morning, or excessive sleeping during the day.

FindCenter AddIcon
FindCenter Video Image

The Nocturnal Brain: Nightmares, Neuroscience, and the Secret World of Sleep

For Dr. Guy Leschziner’s patients, there is no rest for the weary in mind and body. Insomnia, narcolepsy, night terrors, apnea, and sleepwalking are just a sampling of conditions afflicting sufferers who cannot sleep―and their experiences in trying are the stuff of nightmares.

FindCenter AddIcon
FindCenter Video Image

I’m Often Wide Awake at 3 a.m. How Do I Get Back to Sleep?

Sleep experts offer advice on sleeping soundly through the night.

FindCenter AddIcon
FindCenter Video Image

The Effortless Sleep Method: The Incredible New Cure for Insomnia and Chronic Sleep Problems

This highly practical and hugely effective method offers a simple and permanent solution for long-term and new insomniacs alike. The Effortless Sleep Method gives you something no other insomnia book can - an entirely different way of looking at insomnia.

FindCenter AddIcon
FindCenter Video Image
04:01

CBT for Insomnia

CBT-I is an evidence-based therapy that has been shown to help people recover from insomnia and resume healthy sleeping patterns.

FindCenter AddIcon
FindCenter Video Image

Sleep Problems

People with cancer sometimes have an increased risk for sleep problems because of treatment effects and other factors. It's important to know why sleep problems can happen, what can be done to help manage them, and when to ask for help.

FindCenter AddIcon

WHAT MIGHT HELP

FindCenter AlertIcon

The information offered here is not a substitute for professional advice. Please proceed with care and caution.

UP NEXT

Sleep Disorders