Can Neurofeedback Help with Sleep Disorders? - nCenter

Can Neurofeedback Help with Sleep Disorders?

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Sleep it is so important but can be frustrating when it doesn’t happen.  You’re lying in bed trying to get to sleep but your brain just won’t shut off. Or you wake up in the middle of the night, and you can’t get back to sleep. You look at the clock…… 1:37 am….. then 2:16 am…….still no sleep……3:48 am……still wide awake and not able to get back to sleep.  Then all day you feel exhausted because you didn’t get enough sleep, and sleep is foundational for your well-being mentally, emotionally and physically.

 

If you are one of the more than 50 to 70 million people in the United States who have some form of sleep disorder consider Neurofeedback.  Neurofeedback can help balance your brain so you can sleep again. Whether you have insomnia (trouble falling asleep, or staying asleep), hypersomnia (daytime sleepiness) or other disorder, Neurofeedback can help.  This is exciting because your brain can actually be in better balance and your sleep can improve. By analyzing your brain’s current wave lengths a customized program can be created to help re-balance areas that are causing sleep problems.  Neurofeedback is a state-of the-art, non-invasive, and painless option.   Please check out other articles about neurofeedback.