As with other issues in the bedroom, talking to a therapist may be your best bet to get a good nights sleep. According to the U.S. National Institute of Mental Health, studies have found that those with insomnia began to sleep better after therapy sessions helped them pinpoint their negative thoughts and feelings and develop solutions for them. Recent research has also verified that this treatment even works for those suffering from depression, alcoholism, post-traumatic stress disorder or medical conditions like cancer and chronic pain. In fact, researchers report that twice as many people who did ‘talk therapy’ reported no longer experiencing insomnia compared to those who hadn't participated. If you’re struggling with sleep issues, consult with a therapist or medical professional to see if ‘talk therapy’ might be right for you. Give us your take on this research in the comments.