Sleep Disorders

Sleep-related complaints are only second to pain-complaints as a cause to seek medical attention. If it’s hard for you to fall asleep at night, you wake up feeling tired, or feel very sleepy during the day you might have a sleep disorder. The most common kinds of sleep disorders are insomnia, sleep apnea, restless legs syndrome and narcolepsy. If you suspect you have a sleep disorder, it is important to speak with a mental health clinician and or physician to help you identify the difficulties you are having with sleep. If your health care professional suspects you have a sleep disorder, he or she may refer you to a sleep disorder clinic or sleep study. There are various types of talk therapy that can also help with sleep disorders such as CBT and mindfulness meditation.

Local Experts in Sleep Disorders

Rowen Mikodah

Individual Therapy, Group Therapy

From mind-body interventions to rewiring your brain and nervous system for relaxation with LENS Neurofeedback, I have helped many overcome the trials of insomnia and sleep disorders. Many of my clients come in just for biofeedback to treat insomnia and receive guidance on every level. Sleep issues ring the alarm, indicating deeper issues that can be eased with a mind-body-brain approach.

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