Sleep Disorders

§ April 9th, 2014 § Filed under SLEEP DISORDERS Comments Off on Sleep Disorders

Sleep Disorders Neurofeedback

Sleep well, think well!
The brain is in constant state of tension between cells and chemicals that try to put you to sleep and calls and chemicals that try to keep you awake. The neurons of your brain show vigorous rhythmical activity when you’re asleep perhaps replaying what you learned that day. Loss of sleep hurts attention, executive function, working memory. mood. logical reasoning, and even motor dexterity.

The most commonly reported sleep issues that can be improved with neurofeedback training are:
1. Insomnia – Difficulty falling asleep; difficulty maintaining sleep during the night
2. Difficulty waking from sleep
3. Difficulty getting to bed
4. Not feeling rested after sleep
5. Sleeping too long (over 10 hours)
6. Physically restless sleep
7. Nightmares
8. Bedwetting (Nocturnal enuresis)
9. Sleepwalking
10. Restless leg syndrome – Leg discomfort or sleep causing movement & arousal
11. Bruxism – teeth grinding during sleep
12. Sleep terrors – Abrupt arousal with intense fear, difficult to awaken, no dream recall or memory of event
13. Narcolepsy
14. Dysregulated sleep patterns/cycles (circadian rhythms)

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