Identifying themes in your recurring trauma-related nightmares is a key part of treatment and recovery.
If you regularly struggle to fall asleep or stay asleep, there's hope. Over 50 years of research, the American College of Physicians, and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine agree: The most effective treatment for chronic insomnia in adults is skill-based (not pill-based) and completed over an average of only 4 to 8 weekly sessions. Let's talk about it:
Chronic nightmares and insomnia are present in approximately 50% of individuals diagnosed with BPD and are a significant risk factor for self-injury and suicide. Here's what you can do about it:
Why trying to suppress thinking is likely a big part of your problem with insomnia or nightmares.