NeurOptimal® for Sleep Disorders
NeurOptimal® for Sleep Disorders
Just as you need water and food for survival, you also need sleep. Sleep allows the brain an opportunity to rest and improves several brain functions, such as learning, decision-making, and problem-solving. Sleep also impacts nearly every organ and system in your body, including the brain, heart, and lungs, as well as the immune system, metabolism, mood, and disease susceptibility.
Having said that, you need a good night’s sleep to perform better. Without it, your brain becomes foggy and slow to react. Chronic sleep deprivation can impact your mental health and impair judgment, which explains why insomnia is a leading cause of car crashes. Therefore, to maintain your body’s health in your hectic daily schedule, now and in the future, you must have adequate sleep every night.
Unfortunately, adequate sleep is sometimes hard to get because of stress, hormones, etc. Now, thanks to our NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback sessions, your quality of sleep can improve naturally. Whether you are exhibiting sleeping problems, insomnia symptoms, or any other common sleep disorder, neurofeedback training can help. With NeurOptimal®, you can minimize the risks associated with sleep deprivation such as high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, and depression, not to mention dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Have You Ever Had Trouble Sleeping At Night?
Ever felt fuzzy, irritable, disorganized, imbalanced, exhausted, and distracted after a restless night? If you have, you already know that sleep substantially impacts brain function. Sleep is important because it is essential for “brain plasticity,” or the brain’s capacity to change in response to information. Adequate sleep also helps your brain’s cells remove waste materials, which happens less effectively when you are awake.
That said, having little sleep makes it difficult to digest what you’ve learned during the day and increases the likelihood that you won’t recall it later. Not just that, but sleep deprivation also causes problems such as depression, irritability, stroke, kidney disease, heart disease, and others.
Signs Of Insomnia
Insomnia is a common sleep disorder. With insomnia, you may find it difficult to fall asleep, stay asleep, or wake up in the morning. Even when you wake, you may find that you still feel exhausted. Here are common signs of insomnia:
Having Trouble Falling Asleep
Suffering from insomnia makes you lie in bed for hours without being able to sleep. More often, the issue persists for an extended period, resulting in severe sleep deprivation, which negatively affects your everyday living.
You might sometimes manage to fall asleep, but you’ll wake up a lot during the night. That means you fail to get enough sleep at night to feel rested and rejuvenated. As such, when you get up, you feel exhausted and end up underperforming during your daytime routine.
Inability To Concentrate On Tasks
Sleep issues can significantly reduce your brain’s ability to adapt and operate. Your mental health declines, which affects your ability to think, concentrate, and stay awake and engaged.
Drowsiness During The Day
Do you frequently experience exhaustion and sleepiness throughout the day? You might be struggling with insomnia or another sleeping disorder. Although supplements like coffee can help you stay alert, excessive supplement use worsens insomnia symptoms. As such, we recommend that you avoid short-term solutions and instead enroll in our NeurOptimal® training!
Other insomnia symptoms that you may experience include:
Start your NeurOptimal® Journey!
Do you desire better sleep and better rest? Turn your story into a reality today with our special NeurOptimal® sessions. Our neurofeedback system has been recommended by different clinical psychologists because it delivers effective results thanks to years of intense research and input.
Furthermore, the effects of neurofeedback training will be felt as soon as 3 sessions in. Take a step now and become a testimony to many. Call us today at (888) 908-9490. Together we grow!