We specialize in Neurofeedback for safe and effective treatment.
Studies show that adults and children who suffer from a mental illness, are more likely to have an underlying sleep problem. Our research and experience show that a person is more prone to respond to treatment if a sleep problem has also been addressed.
Whether or not a patient reports a specific sleep problem, a sleep assessment (called Actigraphy) is always done.
This information gives our therapist more insight into the presenting symptoms of the patient. Smartphones, tablets, desktop computers, LED and fluorescent lamps all can give off a significant about of light in the blue spectrum which the human body naturally needs during daylight hours.
Good sleep is necessary for optimal health and can affect hormone levels, mood and weight.
Scientific research has shown that when we do not have good sleep, this can negatively impact proper mood regulation and the quality of attention.
Do you or a loved one struggle with falling asleep or staying asleep throughout the night or wake up feeling exhausted or overly tired during the day? If yes, then you or a loved one might have a sleep disorder.