Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Insomnia is a common sleep disorder that can make it hard to fall asleep, hard to stay asleep, or cause you to wake up too early and not be able to get back to sleep. Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia, sometimes called CBT-I, is an effective option.
The behavioral part of CBT-I helps you develop good sleep habits and avoid behaviors that keep you from sleeping well
Thim is designed to help you fall asleep sooner and stay asleep. Thim will condition you to fall asleep sooner by restricting your time in bed to the periods of sleep.
Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia may be a good treatment choice if you have long-term sleep problems, you’re worried about becoming dependent on sleep medications, or if medications aren’t effective or cause bothersome side effects.
Each night, as millions of people slumber peacefully, millions more can’t fall asleep or stay asleep. That’s not fair. So we did something about it.
Poor sleep leaves you feeling tired and lethargic. This can impact your relationships with friends and family, as well as career success. It is unfortunate that so many in our community are unable to live the life they aspire to because of an inability to fall asleep and stay asleep.
Thim is more than a sleep tracker. Thim uses the latest in sleep science to deliver real results.
From the sleep lab
Published insomnia research from the scientists demonstrates that on average, users experienced a:
28 minute reduction in time awake
30 minute reduction in sleep onset latency
67 minute increase in total sleep duration
Thim respects the role researchers play in bringing the latest in sleep science to the community. For this reason, we fund young the work of young sleep scientists. Often their first research project, our financial commitment to them helps foster the talent for tomorrow.
Thim re-invests 20% of revenue back into research and development. That’s our commitment to young scientists. Thank you for helping us deliver.
Thim has been recognized for outstanding innovation by the National Sleep Foundation – the peak body for sleep scientists, clinicians and consumers in the USA.
This recognition is testament to work of the sleep scientists whom began this journey back in 2007 and their remarkable efforts to find a insomnia solution.
Thim has also been featured by leading medical publications:
“Techniques previously used in the laboratory have been replicated in the new device, called Thim, to help people learn to fall into a longer, deeper sleep pattern” – Medical Express Journal, 2017
Thim is more much than a sleep tracker. Thim is a FitBit, which actually improves sleep.