The Insomnia Epidemic

Americans are notoriously sleep deprived, and those with psychiatric conditions are even more likely to be yawning or groggy during the day.

PESI Team • 4/17/2018 • Be the First to Comment


Americans are notoriously sleep deprived, and those with psychiatric conditions are even more likely to be yawning or groggy during the day.

Chronic sleep problems affect up to 80% of the clients in your practice, and sleep disorders are particularly common in patients with trauma, anxiety, depression, and chronic pain.

That's why we created a FREE high-quality visual filled with tools and strategies to help your clients get a better nights' sleep — because feeling rested is the key to becoming emotionally more resilient and physically healthy.


This tool and FREE to download and share.

>Click here to get your copy.

Your Partners in Education,
The PESI Team

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Topic: Insomnia

Tags: Insomnia

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