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Video consultations with a sleep specialist and a CBT-I program for treating insomnia
Sleep8 Coaching relies on a CBT-I program, recommended by Harvard Medical School, Mayo Clinic and National Sleep Foundation.

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One consultation
CBT-I course
Corporate program
on request

Course Program

Identifying and overcoming difficulties in following the recommendations
Taylor the sleep schedule and measures to support sleep to individual needs
Personalized homework
Progress assessment and recommendations correction
Learning to work with negative thoughts and beliefs related to sleep and insomnia
Relaxation technique: how to genuinely relax before falling asleep
Continued work with anxious thoughts that don't let you fall asleep
Personalized homework
Progress assessment and recommendations correction
Work with negative thoughts and beliefs
Personalized homework
Summing up the results
Recommendations for the future: what should your sleep schedule look like after the program's end
Discussion of possible reasons for sleep problems recurrence
Plan of action in case sleep problems reoccur
Studying the sleep physiology
Continued work with anxious thoughts that don't let you fall asleep
Learning to work with anxious thoughts that don't let you fall asleep
Initial assessment of the sleeping schedule
Creating comfortable sleeping conditions
Defining the base for the therapy
Going over therapy goals
Personalized recommendations for method implementation
Personalized homework
Going over the rules of healthy sleep
Methods for reducing the time spent in bed and for restoring the functional connection between a bed, falling asleep and sleep
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
Week 5
Week 6

What is Sleep8 Coaching?

  • Sleep8 Coaching insomnia treatment course

    A 6-week program based on the CBT-I method

    • Science-based approach
    • A team of somnology experts
    • Modern telemedicine technologies
    • Daily interaction with the service’s chat bot
    • Doctor appointments and lecture videos all in a convenient app
  • Consultation with a somnologist

    A consultation with a somnology specialist is your first step toward healthy sleep. At your first appointment, the specialist will assess your sleep schedule and tell you about the basics of sleep physiology.

    At the end of the consultation you will:

    • Know your current sleep condition
    • Receive a personalized treatment plan
  • Sleep8 Coaching knowledge base
    What is sleep and what mechanisms make it healthy? What is sleep hygiene and how does one cope with high levels of anxiety? How does cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia help patients without any use of medicine

    Read our blog and learn how to fight insomnia more effectively!

Our Methodology

  • The Sleep.8 Coaching Program is based on CBTI techniques, which is the recommended 1st line of treatment to solve Insomnia in 6 weeks of intensive and personalized trainin
  • CBTI is clinically proven to work for 80% of cases, successfully solving sleep problems without medication.
  • Throughout the whole course, our patients are supported by experienced somnologists. You will have 6 individual online appointments with your doctor, who will guide you toward better sleep.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia is recommended by:

Problems people with Insomnia face

  • 36%
    of UK adults struggle to get to sleep at least on a weekly basis
  • 50%
    Nearly half of the UK have trouble falling asleep at least once a month
  • 20%
    Almost 1 in 5 have trouble falling asleep every single night
You've spent months, maybe, years, tossing and turning, only falling asleep in the early hours of the morning. You start fearing the bed, and you start postponing going to sleep. At night, you're painfully alert and excited; during the day, it's the opposite, and you're not as productive as you wish you were. You feel irritated and tired.
3-4 times per night, you wake up feeling like you've had enough sleep. The intermittent sleep doesn't allow your body to rest properly. During the day, you feel fatigued and not able to concentrate. You don’t want to engage even in activities that used to bring joy
A slightest whisper can wake you up. This is infuriating and depressing at the same time. You start feeling anxious, and you may develop depression. In the morning, when your alarm is ringing, you have huge trouble waking up—and when you do get up, you feel depressed.
Waking up too early doesn't let you rest properly; during the day, you often feel irritated and like you're not in control of your life.
Difficulty falling asleep
Waking up frequently during the night
Being a very light sleeper
Waking up a few hours earlier than your alarm
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Our Doctors

Academic Director at Somly
Professor in the department of Medicine at National Jewish Health.
Dr. Jack D. Edinger
CEO and Founder of Somly, researcher and author at Stanford University and Harvard Sleep Research Center.
Dr. Robert Oexman
Certified somnology expert at European Sleep Research Society.
Dr. Ana Brito

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