Insomnia

Sleep is one of the most important yet undervalued human activities. Our brain requires a minimum amount of quality sleep to function. Many people with insomnia use sleep aids or even alcohol to sleep. However, these aids can often interfere with quality sleep. According to research by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, those prescription meds may be more dangerous than you think.

At least 40 million Americans each year suffer from chronic, long-term, sleep disorders. An additional 20 million experience occasional sleep problems. The impact on their health, work, and relationships is immeasurable.

Neurofeedback is a powerful tool for helping people fall asleep and stay asleep. Over 3,000 licensed health professionals, such as psychologists, therapists, and doctors now use this brain training daily with their patients. As a group, they report significant and consistent improvements for clients’ sleep problems.

Neurofeedback can help identify the brain areas that are over or underactive and train you to manage those areas without medication. If you’d like to learn what’s actually happening when you can’t sleep, give Neurofit a chance to help.

Watch the video below to learn more.