• Cognitive Behavioral Training to
    Implement the PAP NAP


    ONLINE TRAINING - CEU Offered

    Presented by Author and Sleep Specialist Barry Krakow, M.D.
  • IRT
    Imagery Rehearsal Therapy


    ONLINE TRAINING - CEU Credit Offered

    Presented by Author and Sleep Specialist Barry Krakow, M.D.
  • New Pathways for Chronic Insomnia
    Sleeping Pills or Sleeping Test?


    ONLINE TRAINING - CEU Credit Offered

    Presented by Author and Sleep Specialist Barry Krakow, M.D.

Recent Research: In the News

Pharmacotherapy Failure in Chronic Insomnia Patients



Published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings
Pharmacotherapeutic Failure in a Large Cohort of Patients With Insomnia Presenting to a Sleep Medicine Center and Laboratory: Subjective Pretest Predictions and Objective Diagnoses

Nightmare Treatment Pearls and Possibilities


Dr. Krakow discusses Imagery Rehearsal Therapy and Nightmare Treatment

Details Magazine - HOW TO GET A GOOD NIGHT'S SLEEP

Details Magzine

STEP 1

Determine Your Level of Tiredness

“People don’t accept that being tired is not normal,” says Dr. Barry Krakow, the medical director of the Sleep & Human Health Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico. “Standard operating procedure is to drink as much caffeine as needed.” You should know how to spot the signs of fatigue. You might have a subpar workout or miss your jump shot during your weekly basketball game. You might lose interest in sex or feel depressed or anxious, all of which are symptoms of a lack of rest. If you allow yourself enough time to recharge, you should be able to skip a latte or two.

Read More: How to Get a Good Night's Sleep