Mindfulness for Good Sleep and Beating Insomnia

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Mindfulness for Good Sleep and Beating Insomnia

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In just 8 sessions, this Mindfulness-based cognitive training will help beat sleep disruption!

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With evidence demonstrating a 93% recovery rate, these 8 consecutive sessions is the optimum number to see those ZZZ...

This Mindfulness-based cognitive training is a proven method is a must for beating sleep disruption! Mindfulness meditation has emerged as a novel approach to emotion regulation and stress reduction that has several health benefits. This treatment integrates behavioural treatments for insomnia with the principles and practices of mindfulness meditation. This application of mindfulness principles are effective for developing adaptive ways of working with the nocturnal symptoms and waking consequences of insomnia.

What to Expect:

The Mindfulness-Based Therapy for Insomnia is broken down into 8 key Themes and Key Activities

  1. Introduction and overview of program: introduce the concept of mindfulness and model of insomnia; lead participants through first formal mindful practice.

  2. Stepping out of automatic pilot: Begin with formal meditation and inquiry; discuss relevance of meditation for insomnia; discuss instructions for sleep hygiene

  3. Paying attention to sleepiness and wakefulness: Begin with formal meditation and inquiry; discuss sleepiness, fatigue, and wakefulness; provide instructions for sleep restriction

  4. Working with sleeplessness at night: Begin with formal meditation and inquiry; discuss questions about sleep restriction and make adjustments to program; provide instructions for stimulus control

  5. The territory of insomnia: Begin with formal meditation and inquiry; introduce the territory of insomnia (both daytime and nighttime
    symptoms) and discuss this model

  6. Acceptance and letting go: Begin with formal meditation and inquiry; explain the relevance of acceptance and letting go for working with thoughts and feelings in the territory of insomnia

  7. Sleeping with the enemy: Revisiting the relationship with sleep; Begin with formal meditation and inquiry; discuss participants’ relationship with sleep (reactions to good and bad nights); discuss informal meditations during everyday life.

  8. Eating, breathing, and sleeping mindfulness. And, living the full catastrophe: Begin with formal meditation and inquiry; set up an
    action plan for future episodes of insomnia; discuss ways to continue mindfulness meditation beyond this program.