Insomnia & Poor Sleep Quality Treatment
Do You Miss Having A Good Night Sleep?
Are you waking up exhausted?
Are you having wakeful nights?
Are you experience sleepiness during the day?
You can’t go back to sleep once awakened or waking up without reason?
Do you feel irritable?
Having memory problems and mood swings?
If you are suffering from the above, you may be suffering from Insomnia or a sleep disorder.
The conventional medical approach to treat sleep disorders often ends in the use of medication, resulting in an exhausting journey of finding out which has the least amount (of the plentiful) side-effects.
It is not about the quantity of sleep you can achieve, it is about the quality.
How are we different?
We use a wholistic, whole brain-body approach to eliminate sleeping disorders. In addition to normalizing and stabilizing of brain activity, we promote critical sleep hygiene concepts and address specific nutritional deficiencies that relate to the sleeping brain and body.
Our cognitive, behavioral and mindfulness methodologies reinforce the balanced brain, along with patient education and self-regulation training.
NIb3 Sleep Disorders Program successfully helps with the following components;
- Stabilized brainwave (EEG) patterns
- Optimize the ability of the brain for self-regulation
- Normalization of the physiological stress response of the brain
- Nutritional/metabolic state and sleep hygiene concepts
Contact us today to schedule your Free Assessment.
Insomnia is most often thought of as both a medical sign and a symptom that can accompany several sleep, medical, and psychiatric disorders characterized by a persistent difficulty falling asleep and/or staying asleep or sleep of poor quality.
Insomnia can occur at any age, but it is particularly common in the elderly. It can lead to memory problems, depression, irritability and an increased risk of heart disease and automobile related accidents.
Types of Insomnia
- Primary Insomnia – this is associated with a sleeping disorder that is not linked to another medical condition
- Secondary Insomnia – this is associated with a sleeping disorder that is linked to a medical condition such as depression, asthma, arthritis, cancer and can be linked to certain medications.
Along with types of Insomnia there is also severity degrees as well.
- Acute Insomnia – short term, last a few nights to a few weeks
Causes include; Life stress, physical and emotional discomfort, environmental changes and medications.
- Chronic Insomnia – long term, lasting longer than three weeks.
Causes include; Depression and Anxiety, chronic stress and pain/discomfort at night.
If you suffer from insomnia or a sleeping disorder, rest assured, we at NIb3 can help!
Call today to schedule your Free Consultation. Once we understand the root cause of the sleeping disorder, we will create a specific program that is dedicated to your specific needs and get you back to sleeping through the night!