Insomnia

At least 40 million Americans 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.  Health care professionals, such as psychologists, therapists, and doctors now use Neurofeedback with their patients. As a group, they report significant and consistent improvements for clients’ sleep problems.

Neurofeedback has a powerful ability to positively impact sleep, because it works on the areas of the brain that allow and regulate sleep. With neurofeedback, most people can train their brain to allow sleep again by rewarding it for creating healthier patterns. Sleep can improve surprisingly quickly for clients who have seen numerous specialists and struggled with sleep for years. Falling asleep and staying asleep is clearly the job of the brain.