TheraSomnia Coaching to Recover Good Quality Sleep
Insomnia is a Public Health issue in France
6 million people call themselves insomniacs
1 in 5 people suffer from chronic insomnia
the French use 2 to 4 times more psychotropic drugs than other Europeans
The social cost of insomnia is 1.5 billion euros per year
Treating all Causes of Insomnia Without Medication
The TheraSomnia program improves sleep quality and daytime performance.
For long-term treatment of insomnia all the causes of bad sleep must be addressed:
- emotional causes: tension, ruminations, anxiety
- cognitive causes: false beliefs and expectations
- behavioral causes: bad habits
Former Head of Department of Neurology at the Gui de Chauliac Hospital in Montpellier and President of the European Sleep Research Society. M. Billiard created one of the first centers specializing in sleep and wake pattern in France. He is the author of many reference books and scientific articles.
CBT psychotherapist. The program benefits from G. Apfeldorfer's great experience of relaxation techniques and emotional management.
TheraSomnia Gives Users Access to Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies of Insomnia
The French National Health Authority recommends TheraSomnia as primary care for permanently overcoming insomnia.
Discover your Therasomnia program available from PC, tablet or mobile. After a detailed bilan of your sleep, the sleep diaries allow you to give you personalized instructions to find a quality sleep. The exchanges with the coaches and the daily challenges allow you to find a less than 3 months a restful sleep.
The Personalized Sleep Course for Naturally Treating Insomnia
Adopt new habits
Positively recondition one's sleep
Learn to relax
Create a favorable sleep mental state
Get back one's quality sleep
TheraSomnia is Backed by a Clinical Study
Some results on patients treated with TheraSomnia CBT (by Gui de Chauliac University Hospital, Montpellier, in 2016):
83% of TheraSomnia users managed to significantly reduce the severity of their insomnia
82.7% improved their sleep efficiency
91.7% stopped or reduced their sleeping pill intake