Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Neurofeedback and Sleep, Insomnia and Other Sleep Problems

If you're not sleeping well or enough and you're looking for help, you're doing something really important. Enough good sleep is critical for physical, mental and emotional well-being.

Neurofeedback has a good track record with improving sleep. In fact, sleep is often the first thing people report seeing positive changes in:
  • More easily falling asleep
  • Staying asleep
  • Easily getting back to sleep if you wake up during the night
  • Remembering your dreams
  • Anxious dreams and nightmares decreasing or disappearing
Please ask questions by emailing me through the contact page of my neurofeedback website or posting a comment here on the blog. You can also go to this page of my psychotherapy website where there is a link to a free pdf file about sleep hygiene. Sometimes just changing some of the things described in the handout can make a big difference in quality and quantity of sleep.

Meanwhile, here is a video showing NeurOptimal™ being used to help people get off sleep meds.

Catherine Boyer
New York Neurofeedback

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