The Huffington Post reports on new research that suggests talking to a therapist should be the first line of treatment for chronic insomnia. People suffering from chronic insomnia worry about the lack of sleep and the impact it has on daytime functioning. Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) helps teach skills that people can maintain throughout life and use whenever symptom occur. CBT has been found to reduce sleep-related anxiety and to increase sleep efficiency. To read this article in its entirety, click here.