Sleep Hygiene, Relaxation Therapy, and Cognitive Interventions
Sleep hygiene, relaxation therapy, and some cognitive interventions make a good package that can often be administered conjointly. I typically use an individualized mix of them in my initial treatment sessions with chronic insomniacs.
KeywordsSleep Disorder Excessive Daytime Sleepiness Relaxation Training Sleep Hygiene Relaxation Therapy
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