Insomnia Treatment in Manhattan NYC
Allergy & Asthma Sleep Center of Excellence Is Here for All of Your Sleep Needs. Struggling With Insomnia? Stop Your Search for a Sleep Doctor Near You and Come Into One of Allergy & Asthma Sleep Center of Excellence’ 3 Locations in Astoria, Brooklyn and Manhattan NYC. Call (917) 283-2014.
Sometimes, you can do everything right and still have difficulty falling asleep. You can avoid caffeine and alcohol, reduce your screen time prior to bed, and then lie awake for minutes or hours with eyelids that just won’t stay closed. At Allergy & Asthma Sleep Center of Excellence, we understand the complex factors that can contribute to insomnia and sleeplessness. Our sleep specialists are qualified and dedicated to providing our patients with comprehensive treatment to help them overcome their insomnia and get the high-quality sleep they need and deserve.
Until only recently, insomnia has been studied solely from a behavioral perspective. But as our understanding of sleep disorders broadens, research into the varied causes of insomnia have made it clear that in many cases, insomnia occurs because the brain is not able to appropriately process information due to cortical hyperarousal, which results in abnormal function of brainwaves. When your brainwaves don’t function normally, it can cause sleep disruptions and prevent you from getting the rest you need for your body to properly heal and reset.
Neurofeedback therapy is a powerful treatment option for patients suffering from insomnia. It works to identify the brainwave abnormalities that cause insomnia and restore balance to create healthy brainwave patterns. This therapeutic approach helps to retrain your brain to function normally, so your sleep rhythm can be reestablished. As your brain relearns healthy responses, new pathways develop and lead to improved brainwave function that allows you to fall asleep faster, stay asleep longer, and achieve more restful slumber.
Whereas previously medication may have been the only answer for patients suffering from insomnia, neurofeedback therapy offers a new, non-invasive solution that can help improve your overall health and well-being naturally. By trusting the body’s innate ability to learn and heal itself, we strive to reduce the number of patients who rely on prescription drugs in order to regularly achieve restful sleep. Neurofeedback therapy has also shown improvement in patients with ADHD, anxiety and depression, and other conditions. Often, these disorders can be interrelated with insomnia. Patients with depression have reported feeling more energetic upon waking while those with ADHD have been shown to relax more easily into a state of rest at the end of the day after undergoing neurofeedback therapy.
There are several different types of insomnia. Acute insomnia is a brief episode of sleeping difficulty, typically related to changes in a person’s life and often resolving without medical intervention. Chronic insomnia is a long-term pattern of sleeping difficulty with many causes. Prolonged fatigue from chronic insomnia can make it difficult to function normally on a daily basis and can even cause strain on relationships and problems at work as your brain suffers from lack of rest. Onset insomnia is difficulty falling asleep when it is time for bed, while maintenance insomnia refers to a person’s inability to stay asleep throughout the night. At Allergy & Asthma Sleep Center of Excellence, our experienced sleep doctors can help identify the type of insomnia you are suffering from, which allows us to tailor a treatment plan that is best-suited to your individual needs.
Insomnia is complex sleep disorder with many potential causes and interrelated issues. If you have difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep and find yourself constantly struggling against irritability and fatigue as a result, it may be time to see a sleep specialist who can properly diagnose and treat your insomnia. At Allergy & Asthma Sleep Center of Excellence, our entire staff is dedicated to helping you get the high quality, restful sleep you need so you can wake up every day feeling refreshed and energized. Call one of our 3 convenient locations today to schedule an appointment.
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Allergy & Asthma Sleep Center of Excellence in Astoria, NY
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