Thailand Insomnia Treatment Center & Residential Sleeping Disorder Rehab
Insomnia Treatment Program in Thailand
You’ll graduate from our insomnia treatment center with the insight and practical strategies necessary to maintain a healthy sleep schedule in the years ahead.
Contact us today to speak to one of our insomnia rehab experts, or continue reading to learn more about the facilities and treatment programs we offer at our world-class sleep rehabilitation center.
Sleep Anxiety Treatment Programs Tailored to Your Needs
Drawing on the latest research and clinical sleep studies, our therapeutic team will provide you with the highest level of support, guidance and professional insight as you progress through your sleep anxiety treatment programs. During your time at our center for sleep disorder, you’ll learn how to implement and maintain healthy sleep hygiene practices and develop valuable relaxation skills that can be integrated into your daily life.
One of Asia’s Most Luxurious Insomnia Treatment Centers
At our resort-style sleep treatment center, you’ll stay in a beautifully appointed private villa while taking advantage of our intensive treatments and holistic wellness activities, including yoga, meditation and a wide range of exercise options. With round the clock care and support, our rehab for sleep disorders, chiefly insomnia, offers the perfect environment to relax, recharge and set the foundation for healthier sleeping habits.
Sleep Rehab for Substance Abuse Disorders
Thankfully, co-occurring sleep disorders and substance use problems are completely treatable. As one of Thailand’s leading sleep treatment centers, we use an integrative method that targets both disorders at the same time. Treating multiple disorders simultaneously offers the best chances of successful recovery and minimises the risk of relapse in the years ahead.
Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Treat Insomnia Sleeping Disorder
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) forms the basis of our insomnia disorder treatment program. During CBT, our highly experienced, Western-trained therapists will guide you through a series of structured sessions in which you’ll learn how to recognise and challenge the negative thoughts that contribute to sleeping problems.
Throughout your time at our sleep anxiety treatment facility, you’ll also explore practical strategies such as sleep restriction, stimulus control, sleep hygiene training and relaxation techniques, which can help you maintain healthy sleeping habits.
What is Insomnia?
There are two types of insomnia sleep disorders:
- Acute insomnia: Acute insomnia is a short-term condition that is usually triggered by a stressful event or experience. Acute insomnia typically lasts for a few nights and usually resolves itself without requiring professional insomnia treatment.
- Chronic insomnia: Chronic insomnia is defined as disrupted sleep that occurs at least three nights per week for at least three months. There are many factors that may contribute to chronic insomnia, including medical issues, unhealthy sleep habits, environmental changes, changes to your sleep schedule and more. Sleep treatment centers can help people with chronic insomnia identify, process and manage the root cause of their condition.
You may wish to consider seeking treatment for insomnia disorder if you experience the following symptoms:
- Difficulty falling asleep
- Waking up in the night or too early in the morning
- Poor sleep
- Loss of concentration
- Fatigue in the daytime
- Irritability and/or anxiety
Learn More About Our Thailand Sleep Disorder Treatment Rehab Center
Contact our sleep rehab specialists today to find out how our sleep and fatigue treatment center can help you take control of your sleeping habits.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the 3 types of insomnia?
There are three main types of insomnia:
- Acute insomnia: A short-term condition characterised by difficulty in sleeping. Acute insomnia is typically caused by a stressful life event.
- Chronic insomnia: A long-term condition characterised by disrupted sleep occurring at least three nights per week for three months or longer.
- Comorbid insomnia: Insomnia that occurs alongside another condition.