Insomnia is defined as an inability to get to sleep or to stay asleep, but people often experience insomnia in different ways. Some may find it difficult to fall asleep in the first place while others may wake up too early and be unable to get back to sleep despite still feeling tired. There are many possible causes of insomnia, including psychiatric or medical conditions, unhealthy sleeping habits, medications and other substances, and more. Whatever the cause, sufferers of insomnia may experience one or more of the following symptoms:
Neurofeedback gives the patient the ability to interact with his or her own brain patterns in real time, allowing for changes in specific activity areas and even changes in the types of brainwaves being used. By promoting improved self regulation of the brain, neurofeedback encourages the patient’s brain to normalize sleep patterns, resulting in more regular and restful sleep. Even patients who did not complain about poor sleep prior to starting neurofeedback have reported better sleep through this groundbreaking biofeedback therapy.
One of the best things about neurofeedback is that, to you, it will just feel like a game, but you’ll be able to benefit as your brain becomes better and better able to keep itself regulated and balanced. Do you struggle with getting to sleep or staying asleep at night? Sleep is what gives your brain the chance to recover, so missing out on needed rest can have many negative impacts. Find freedom from your insomnia through neurofeedback therapy at our Denver brain center. Contact us online today.