Sleep Disturbances


Every person occasionally experiences trouble sleeping. This is normal, but if sleep problems continue and affect your daily life it can be the sign that you have a sleep disorder. Sleep is very important for physical and emotional well-being. Sleep is necessary to keep you in good health. Without good sleep you can lack energy and feel exhausted during the day, causing problems in your daily performance.

If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms on a regular basis, you may be dealing with a sleep disorder.

Do you…

  • feel irritable or sleepy during the day?
  • have difficulty staying awake when sitting still, watching television or reading?
  • fall asleep or feel very tired while driving?
  • have difficulty concentrating?
  • often get told by others that you look tired?
  • react slowly?
  • have trouble controlling your emotions?
  • feel like you have to take a nap almost every day?
  • require caffeinated beverages to keep yourself going?

Find out more about Sleep Difficulties here.

Neurofeedback is a safe and very effective method to help in sleep problems with no side effects.

Sleeping pills are not the best answer. At the beginning they will work right away but later on your brain will not response on them and you will have to increase the dose.


Neurofeedback gets to the root cause of Sleep Disturbances

As far back as 1982, researchers found that Neurofeedback can improve sleep

Neurofeedback is a very effective method to organise sleep rhythms and stabilise the brain during rapid shifts in sleep state. There are many sleep difficulties which are related to problems in maintaining stable brain function during those shifts: night sweatspanicmigrainesseizures, restless legsleep walkingnight terrors. Those problems can be improved by Neurofeedback stabilisation training.

Neurofeedback training can help with insomnia. Physical calming allows people to relax and fall asleep. It reduces muscle tension including bruxism (teeth grinding). It also calms a busy mind, anxiety related to nightmaresfears and hyper-vigilance which might cause troubles with sleep onset.


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