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“Roadmap for Change” Revealed to Support Those with Insomnia

2022-07-06T09:23:01-07:00

Insomnia is one of the most common of sleep disorders, and when chronic it can negatively impact a person physically, emotionally, mentally, and socially. It is one of the chief complaints at The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona, where we are staffed by sleep

“Roadmap for Change” Revealed to Support Those with Insomnia2022-07-06T09:23:01-07:00

OSA + Insomnia = “All-Cause Mortality” According to Researchers

2022-05-16T13:34:41-07:00

A recent article in the European Respiratory Journal found that when a person has both insomnia and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), the most common kind of sleep apnea, there is an increased risk of “all-cause mortality.” In other words, multiple sleep disorders can reduce the

OSA + Insomnia = “All-Cause Mortality” According to Researchers2022-05-16T13:34:41-07:00

Poor Sleep Linked to Depression in Singapore Study

2022-06-18T11:31:33-07:00

Sleep is an integral part of your holistic health, impacting (for better or worse) physical, emotional, mental, and social well-being. The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona is home to triple board-certified sleep specialist Dr. Ruchir P. Patel, MD, FACP. Here you’ll find the “Top

Poor Sleep Linked to Depression in Singapore Study2022-06-18T11:31:33-07:00

Study Examines if Children Really “Outgrow” Insomnia

2022-04-11T09:03:07-07:00

Anyone who has a child knows that they don’t necessarily practice what we call “good sleep hygiene.” Children have different sleep needs and cycles than adults, but children can also have sleep disorders (just like adults). This is why at The Insomnia and Sleep Institute

Study Examines if Children Really “Outgrow” Insomnia2022-04-11T09:03:07-07:00

CBT-I Shown to Help Treat Insomnia in Female Veterans (and You)

2022-02-01T17:25:55-07:00

A recent study has shown that cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) is indeed a great tool for treating female veterans struggling with PTSD and insomnia. The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona treats all types of sleep disorders, including insomnia. We work with patients

CBT-I Shown to Help Treat Insomnia in Female Veterans (and You)2022-02-01T17:25:55-07:00

The Many Benefits of CBT-I

2022-06-18T11:33:42-07:00

Cognitive behavior therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) may have more benefits than simply helping with sleep, according to recent research. CBT-I is available at The Insomnia and Sleep Institute, where there are psychologists on staff to help achieve better, longer, less interrupted sleep. Voted “Top Doc”

The Many Benefits of CBT-I2022-06-18T11:33:42-07:00

Inconsistent Sleep Schedules for Kids Linked to Higher BMIs

2022-06-18T11:09:49-07:00

Having a good, solid, and consistent sleep schedule and bedtime routine (also known as proper sleep hygiene) is paramount for everyone—but especially children. That’s why The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona treats patients as young as two. We proudly serve the Phoenix region as

Inconsistent Sleep Schedules for Kids Linked to Higher BMIs2022-06-18T11:09:49-07:00

Research Reveals Connection Between Insomnia and Mental Health

2022-06-18T10:05:48-07:00

Insomnia is one of the most common complaints addressed at The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona, the Face of Sleep Medicine in the Phoenix area. Here, we set the standard in sleep medicine with unprecedented staffing levels where patients have access to three sleep

Research Reveals Connection Between Insomnia and Mental Health2022-06-18T10:05:48-07:00