06 Feb 2020

Neurofeedback And Sleep Issues: How It Can Help

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Neurofeedback And Sleep Issues: How It Can Help

Here’s a Fact: The brain regulates sleep. Specifically, delta brainwaves are responsible for the deepest levels of relaxation and restorative, healing sleep. Adequate production of delta waves helps us feel completely rejuvenated after we wake up from a good night’s sleep.

Many people will often turn to medications to help them sleep better. While these can help for a single night, the do not provide a long term solution or solve the underlying issue. Plus studies have shown that long term reliance on sleep medications have been linked to Alzheimer’s and dementia.

If irregular delta waves are affecting sleep, then it makes sense to try and target them directly. Only one option does this: neurofeedback. Neurofeedback is a computer based system that can help normalize all areas of the brain and help them function more efficiently.  Over time and multiple sessions, neurofeedback corrects these brainwaves so that the brain can regulate sleep better. The process is safe, non-invasive and can help you eliminate nighttime sleep medications for good. Best of all, sessions are fun: you watch a movie while the computer does all the work.

We invite you to learn more about neurofeedback and how it can help those having sleep issues. Our clinic in Fort Wayne offers neurofeedback and brain mapping services. Learn more about neurofeedback here: