All I can say is …. this is the answer to sleepless nights, when the hamster wheel is in overdrive. I feel like I haven’t slept for months, having a really tough time, waking up in the morning feeling exhausted. …

Marj “OMG – I was astonished. It worked” (May 1, 2017 testimonial) Read more »

My colleagues and I recently published a paper that provides one of the essential concepts for understanding insomnia and a host of other constructive, banal, and problematic mental states. The concept is perturbance, which is a persistent tendency to consider …

Perturbance: An Important Concept for Understanding “Racing Minds” and Other Forms of Repetitive Thinking Read more »

Researchers at the University of Montreal will present a paper in Montreal comparing the cognitive shuffle with backward counting. This research was undertaken for several reasons, one of which is that insomnia research has to date assessed surprisingly few deliberate …

Preliminary Results of a Study Comparing The Cognitive Shuffle with Backward Counting (Like “Counting Sheep”) Read more »

On Wednesday of last week, the journal “SLEEP” published the “longest controlled follow-up of CBT-i thus far.” The report found that CBT-i (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia) “reduced use of sleep medications and other additional insomnia treatments, compared to a …

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CogSci Apps Corp. is pleased to report that the results of a recent test of the serial diverse imagining technique (used by mySleepButton) will be presented at the joint meeting of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep …

Experiment on Serial Diverse Imagining Sleep Technique Will Be Presented at SLEEP-2016 Read more »

Prof. Digdon and her team, of the Psychology Department of MacEwan University (Edmonton Alberta), and Dr. Beaudoin (of Cognitive Science and of Education at Simon Fraser University, and of CogSci Apps Corp.) have recently completed a study of the effectiveness …

Update on Empirical Test of Serial Diverse Imagining (The Cognitive Shuffle) at MacEwan University and Simon Fraser University Read more »