70 million Americans have reported suffering from some form of sleep disorder. Most people don’t mention it to their doctors so the actual numbers are probably much higher. When we haven’t had enough sleep, most of us feel that we are not quite ourselves. We all know what insomnia is. We’ve all had sleepless nights and groggy days. For the majority of us, they are occasional and situational.
When insomnia becomes chronic with ongoing, nightly difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep or both, it impacts our ability to focus and drains our energy and our vitality, undermining our mood and overall quality of life.
Beyond just being tired and cranky, chronic lack of sleep is associated with serious long-term health consequences, including diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, endocrine disorders, immune imbalances, Alzheimer’s and other neurological disorders.
- qEEG Assessment / Neurotherapy
- Integrative Psychiatry
- Gut/Brain Axis Nutrition
- Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
- Craniosacral Therapy
- Therapeutic Massage
- Intensive Programs