The most common sleep disorders result in lack of sleep, but equally damaging to quality of life can be difficulty waking, sleeping too long, irregular sleep patterns or poor quality of sleep. Sleep is extremely important to your physical and emotional wellbeing. If your ability to perform your daily tasks is affected, it is important to seek professional help.
As an alternative to medications, neurofeedback can help people reduce or eliminate drugs for insomnia and sleep disorders as their brains become more attuned to healthier sleep patterns.
Sleep disorders are usually characterized by a deficiency in slow brainwaves (such as delta and theta). These slow brainwaves are responsible for putting you to sleep and keeping you asleep. Often there is an excessive fast brainwave profile (such as excessive high beta). This signals a system that is on overdrive, unable to calm and relax, due to various reasons. An inability to fall asleep or stay asleep is a problem that compiles and compounds over time.
We have very good success with our insomnia clientele. Unlike other treatment modalities, we have the ability to deliver the deficient frequencies directly to the organ in need of them. This leads to deeper, longer, restful sleeps which, over a course of treatment, become permanent ways of operating in the night.
We deal with all kinds of conditions at our clinic. We perform an intake procedure, including a QEEG, to all of our patients to ensure that they are receiving personalized treatment.