Sleep Journey

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Sleep assessment

We'll ask a few questions about your sleep patterns. Try to respond based on your recent behaviours, not how you aspire to behave.

Sleep Assessment

Try to respond based on your recent behaviours, not how you aspire to behave.
During the past week, did you:
Have difficulty falling asleep?
Have difficulty staying asleep?
Feel that your sleep is not sound or refreshing?
During the past week, has fatigue:
Affected your work, relationship or other important parts of your life?
Made you feel irritable?
Caused you to have trouble concentrating?
To help determine if a self-guided cognitive behavioural therapy program for insomnia is best for you, we need to determine if there are other environmental or physical health factors that may be impacting your sleep.
Do you have a job that requires you to work rotating shifts which impacts your ability to have a consistent sleep schedule?
Do you have restless legs that bother you when you try to fall asleep?
Do you consume more than 12 alcoholic beverages per week?
Do you have a tendency to experience falls?
Do you experience persistent periods of feeling high, sped up or not needing sleep?
Are you currently in a mental health crisis or having thoughts of suicide?
Do you have an uncontrolled seizure disorder?
Do you experience parasomnia (acting out your dreams, sleep walking, talking in your sleep)?
Have you (or anyone else) observed that you snore loudly or stop breathing during your sleep?
You appear to be an excellent candidate for cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for insomnia.

Let's determine if you're eligible to complete the internet-based, self-guided CBT program.
Are you age 18 or older?
Are you a resident of Manitoba or Alberta?
It does not appear that you are experiencing difficulties with your sleep.
Would you like to continue with the assessment?

Sleep Assessment

Based on your answers, your sleep difficulties may arise from potential medical and/or environmental conditions. We recommend booking a sleep consultation.
You appear to be an excellent candidate for cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia. You may access this treatment option through our counselling services, as part of your Manitoba Blue Cross employee or individual assistance program coverage.
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You must be at least 18 years of age to book a counselling session online. Please call us at 204.786.8880 or toll free at 1.800.590.5553 to book a counselling session. For the Deaf, hard-of-hearing and speech-impaired community, we can receive VRS calls.
You appear to be an excellent candidate for cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia. You may access this treatment option through our counselling services at no additional cost as part of your Manitoba Blue Cross wellness plan benefits.
You appear to be an excellent candidate for cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for insomnia. Access one of the following two options at no additional cost as part of your Manitoba Blue Cross employee or individual assistance program coverage:

Experience an internet-based, self-guided CBT program or work directly with a matched therapist through our virtual partner MindBeacon.

Access CBT for insomnia through our counselling services, including in-person, online video, telephone or email appointment options.

You appear to be an excellent candidate for cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia through our partner RestEd. Learn how to identify and change thoughts and behaviours that may lead to sleeplessness with this six-week internet-based, self-guided program.
Based on your answers, your sleep difficulties may arise from potential medical and/or environmental conditions. We recommend the following two options:

Book an appointment with your doctor to discuss your answers from the previous pages of this assessment and get support for a more restful sleep.

Purchase our wellness plan to access personalized strategies such as a sleep consultation, in-home sleep study or a cognitive behavioural therapy program appropriate for your circumstances.

You appear to be an excellent candidate for cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia. We recommend the following two options:

Access this treatment through a health care provider in the community. Coverage may be available within personal or group health benefits plans.

Purchase our wellness plan and gain direct access to cognitive behavioural therapy to help learn how to identify and change thoughts and behaviours that may lead to sleeplessness.

You appear to be an excellent candidate for cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for insomnia through our partner MindBeacon. Access an internet-based program or work directly with a matched therapist through a guided CBT program.

Request a sleep consultation

A sleep consultation includes a 15 to 20-minute phone call with one of Manitoba Blue Cross’s sleep consultants to review how potential medical and/or environmental conditions may be impacting your sleep. Following this consultation, personalized treatment recommendations will be created for you.

These services are offered at no additional cost to you as part of your wellness benefit plan.

About You

All fields are required unless otherwise indicated.
John
Doe

We respect your privacy and will ensure discretion when communicating with you. You can learn more about this in our privacy policy.

Your responses to the previous set of questions will be included with this form so we can better assist you.
Do you have a job that requires you to work rotating shifts which impacts your ability to have a consistent sleep schedule?
Yes

Thank you for submitting you request for a consultation

Confirmation of your request will be sent to you by email from Manitoba Blue Cross.

If you do not receive an email within one business day, please check your spam folder or call our Employee Assistance intake line at 204.786.8880 or toll free at 1.800.590.5553. For the Deaf, hard-of-hearing and speech-impaired community, we can receive VRS calls.

Request an appointment

Cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia through our counselling services includes online video sessions, which are one hour in length. The number of sessions required to treat insomnia will vary based on your individual needs.

About You

All fields are required unless otherwise indicated.
John
Doe

We respect your privacy and will ensure discretion when communicating with you. You can learn more about this in our privacy policy.

Your responses to the previous set of questions will be included with this form so we can better assist you.
Are you age 18 or older?
Yes

Thank you for submitting your request to access cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia through our counselling services.

Confirmation of your request will be sent to you by email from Manitoba Blue Cross.

If you do not receive an email within one business day, please check your spam folder or call our Employee Assistance intake line at 204.786.8880 or toll free at 1.800.590.5553. For the Deaf, hard-of-hearing and speech-impaired community, we can receive VRS calls.

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Breathing to manage stress

Stress can have an impact on both our physical and mental health. This breathing technique can help you get control and manage stress.

Lifting safely

In daily life, we all lift things from groceries to children to household items. Reduce the chance of a back injury by lifting properly.

Improving your well-being with hobbies

Life is busy with everyday tasks, but hobbies are more than just fun. Making time for something you enjoy can be beneficial for your mental health.