If you are looking for a Los Angeles therapy for insomnia program, you’re in the right place. Elika Kormeili, MFT is a Los Angeles based insomnia therapist offering online therapy for insomnia, anxiety and depression throughout California.
Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia, or CBT-I, treats chronic sleep problems and is usually recommended as the first line of treatment. Insomnia can be described as a very common sleep disorder that can make it stay asleep, hard to fall asleep, or cause you to wake up too early and not be able to get back to sleep. Continue reading “Los Angeles Therapy for Insomnia”
Alternatives To Sleeping Pills
Are you looking for safe and natural alternatives to sleeping pills? You’re not alone. If you struggle with insomnia at one point or another you have considered the use of sleeping pills and sleeping aids. Sleeping pills may seem like the magic pills promising fast results but is it worth the side effects?
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Are you looking to fix insomnia naturally without sleeping pills? As an online insomnia therapist based in Los Angeles California, clients frequently come to Elika MFT searching for natural drug-free solutions to fix insomnia. Continue reading “Fix Insomnia Naturally and Effectively Without Sleeping Pills”
Are You Looking For Solutions for Excessive Sleepiness? Sometimes people wake up feeling tired. Despite going to bed early or sleeping, they just feel tired. Excessive sleepiness can be addressed naturally by examining the underlying causes.
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) addresses the behaviors and beliefs (thoughts) that exacerbate insomnia and prevent you from sleeping effectively. Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia has consistently been shown to be the most effective first-line treatment in chronic insomnia. In fact, according to the National Institute of Health treatment of insomnia should always start with behavioral techniques. The behavioral aspect of CBT-I focuses on stimulus control and sleep restriction. Continue reading “Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-i)”