Is it Harder for Women to Get a Good Sleep?

Posted by Dr. Shelby Harris - May 4, 2022

As an insomnia specialist and a woman in my 40s, I am frequently asked if women have a greater risk of insomnia in comparison to men. It is almost as if there‚Äôs this unspoken understanding that women have more trouble with sleep, but it is often swept under the rug in silence. Insomnia is not… Read More

What is CBT for Insomnia?

Posted by Colleen Carney - December 15, 2021

There are two main scientifically proven treatments for insomnia disorder. The first treatment is an approved sleep medication, and the second is a treatment called cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia (CBT-I). Approved, effective sleep medications in Canada include zopliclone or benzodiazepines such as temazepam. These drugs have proven to be effective for some, but there… Read More

Insomnia: What Is It and How Is It Treated?

Posted by Colleen Carney - September 29, 2021

If you have ever had difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep at night, you have experienced what we call: insomnia. Insomnia can be occasional or chronic. When insomnia is an occasional or temporary symptom, it is very common. However, when insomnia is chronic, it becomes a diagnosable disorder. Insomnia as a disorder is less common… Read More

Famous People With Sleep Disorders: Voltaire

Posted by Paul Landini - August 5, 2021

Voltaire, a major figure of the European intellectual movement, actually suffered from disordered sleep. Word has it he would sleep no more than four hours a night!

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