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The vicious cycle of insomnia and anxiety
When insomnia and anxiety occur together, their effects can compound. A remarkable 24% to 36% of people with anxiety disorders experience insomnia, while people with insomnia are more likely to develop an anxiety disorder than those without sleep issues.
Building an environment that supports mental health
Tips on how to optimize work and home spaces to help employees manage stress and improve sleep.
Is it poor sleep or is it insomnia disorder?
Watch an episode of our latest series, Big Health Talks, where two clinicians discuss everything you need to know about insomnia
Beyond Medication: Changing the Paradigm in Behavioral Health Care
A newly commissioned study conducted by Milliman in the traditional Medicare population found that nearly 70% of anxiety and insomnia patients are treated with prescription drugs only, and less than 10% receive the psychotherapy, which is indicated as first-line care. This webinar will discuss the study findings and offer perspectives on moving beyond medication to…
Why is it so hard to find a therapist?
Therapists are in short supply, but it’s more complicated than that.
The impact of anxiety and coexisting conditions on your organization
Anxiety alone can wreak havoc on your workforce — but did you know it also increases employees’ likelihood of developing other costly diseases?
How to evaluate digital treatments for insomnia and anxiety
Now more than ever, it’s crucial for companies to invest in effective workforce solutions for managing insomnia and anxiety. In this guide, we explore the key factors to consider so you can select a solution that meets the needs of your employees and supports a healthy workplace culture.
The impact of insomnia and coexisting conditions on your organization
Insomnia alone can wreak havoc on your workforce — but did you know it also increases employees’ likelihood of developing other costly diseases?
Medications are not the only option for insomnia and anxiety, nor should they be
Certain medications such as benzodiazepines and other hypnotics are never indicated as first-line treatments for insomnia and anxiety, but an alarming number of patients are being treated with these medications as the first and only treatment intervention.