Ready to quiet that “busy brain” that keeps you up at night?
Many of our clients with insomnia report that they have a “busy brain” that chatters away at night, keeping them awake. Some are chronically stressed and can’t seem to wind down at the end of the day and fall asleep. Others can fall asleep but wake up throughout the night or in the early morning.
Signs of poor sleep include:
- Trouble falling asleep
- Trouble staying asleep
- Waking at night
- Waking too early
- Not feeling rested
- Trouble focusing
- Being accident prone
Neurofeedback helps to quiet the mind chatter, relax the body, and lower the stress response so that sleep is more easily achieved and maintained throughout the night. Clients also report that their sleep is more efficient and restorative.
Almost all clients who complete treatment at the Better Brain Center report significant improvement in their subjective sense of feeling more rested and energized in the morning. But of particular note, children and adolescents demonstrated a 400% improvement in their Test of Variabilities of Attention (TOVA) scores which are used to assess brain function.