Insomnia

Insomnia is difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep. People with insomnia often complain of inability to pay attention during the day, loss of memory or concentration, irritability and anxiety. They find it hard to function normally at work, at home or even at school.

If you’ve suffered sleepless nights, you may be all too familiar with the symptoms. As many as 25 percent of Americans endure an occasional bad night of sleep, and approximately 10 percent have a chronic problem with insomnia. Each year 70 million Americans spend approximately $150 million on a variety of methods to either help them fall asleep at night or keep them awake during the day.

A concern with many sleep "aides" is that they cannot be taken forever and, once stopped, lead to "rebound" insomnia.  Behavioral therapy is sometimes prescribed to help certain insomnia sufferers.

SHUTi Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

SHUTi is an innovative, online program for insomnia using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques recommended by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. The SHUTi program provides help and sustained relief from insomnia from the privacy and convenience of your own home.

With six engaging interactive learning modules, each designed to be similar to a weekly face-to-face session with a sleep therapist, SHUTi is backed by years of clinical studies. The results have been confirmed by recognized sleep scientists and have been proven to significantly improve sleep without pills, side effects, or changes to your current medications.

  • One-time fee
  • No ongoing expenses
  • Privacy and convenience
  • Can complete the program in as little as 6 weeks
  • Access for continued review for up to 16 weeks
  • Opportunity for continued use subscription

For more information about enrolling in SHUTi, talk with a Sleep Specialist at The Sleep Wellness Institute.