New research from Australia finds that mindfulness-based therapy and cognitive therapy are equally effective at combating insomnia, reports PsyPost.

“In this study we compared mindfulness-based therapy (which involves meditation, acceptance, and not getting caught up in anxious thoughts or frustration), and cognitive therapy (which involves learning how to change unhelpful thinking patterns and beliefs about sleep into more productive, helpful thoughts and beliefs),” Ree told PsyPost.