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Sleep better naturally WITH NEUROFEEDBACK
Train your brain and sleep better without prescriptions or side effects!
Read below to learn how training with the NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback System offers help with sleep management.
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- Do you have trouble relaxing after work?
- Does it take you more than 15 minutes to fall asleep?
- Do you struggle to focus on a specific task during the day?
The various things we do during a normal day require different brainwave activity and degrees of awareness. Your brain needs flexibility to shift from one “mode” to another. For example, the heightened state of awareness necessary to complete a work task is obviously not the best state for sleep. That’s why brain flexibility is so important.
Why Brain Training for Sleep
NeurOptimal®’s Dynamical Neurofeedback® is essentially a brain fitness program which facilitates a more efficient use of neural resources. What does more efficient brain function “feel” like? The first thing most clients will notice is a substantial improvement in the quality of their sleep. Many report that they dream more vividly and sleep more soundly after a session of neurofeedback.
The system we use for sessions and home system rentals (also available to purchase) is called NeurOptimal Neurofeedback. This is a dynamical neurofeedback training system that trains your brain to be more flexible and resilient. It is a non-invasive neurofeedback technology that interacts with your central nervous system in a way that improves neural plasticity without pushing it in any specific direction.
A mind that is more flexible adapts and responds quicker and more appropriately to changes in your environment. The more easily your brain adjusts to changes encountered in a normal busy day, the better you feel. A lack of brain fitness, on the other hand, can leave you drained and stressed at the end of the day.
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Neurofeedback reviews - Does Neurofeedback Work for Sleep?
One of the first positive shifts from training your brain with neurofeedback is positive changes in sleep habits — sleeping more soundly, falling asleep more quickly not waking up in the middle of the night, and feeling more relaxed.
Read reviews from sleep experts and clients who have trained their brain with the NeurOptimal Neurofeedback system. Many report that they dream more vividly and sleep more soundly after a few sessions.
Here's a review from a sleep expert Dr. Ed O'Malley:
“Training with NeurOptimal® has been a life-changing process for me and the vast majority of my patients, friends and family members in ways that are subtle, seamless and even difficult to define in some ways, yet rather direct and so clearly obvious in other ways. In my opinion as a scientist, clinician and Interfaith minister it truly is the most powerful, sophisticated, advanced, non-linear technology available for transformation on the planet!”
– Edward O’Malley Ph.D., Director, Sleep Healthcare of Connecticut
The clients below came in for sessions at our NYC office and noticed change in their sleep habits after only six to seven sessions.
"I found that I was sleeping more soundly and that I no longer woke up prior to my alarm clock ringing"
– L. 15 sessions
“I have been averaging 5-5 1/2 hours of sleep for the past 30 plus years regardless of when i go to sleep. Since starting Neurofeedback, (7sessions), I have been sleeping later on weekends . . and enjoying a longer deeper sleep on weekdays. I now have to use an alarm clock to get up in the AM.”
– Allen in NYC (Yelp Review)
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Can You Restore your sleep naturally?
Neurofeedback for sleep training can also help build brain resilience, or an increase in the central nervous system’s ability to “bounce back” from a negative event. Negative feelings associated with a personal conflict or bad day at work can hover hours after the actual event has passed. The destructive effect of nervousness, repetitive or self-critical thinking is magnified in more severe events such as physical or emotional trauma or the loss of a loved one. Instead of staying stuck in the negativity of these events, the resilient brain will snap back and return to its normal baseline more quickly. Individuals with a more resilient brain report feeling happier and enjoying a more profound sense of peace.
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