A good night’s sleep requires that your brain and body can both shift gears from “awake” – normal active function – into “recovery” – normal sleeping function.
If there is a NeuroStructural dysfunction affecting your “recovery” response (also known as the parasympathetic nervous system) or affecting your brain’s ability to “turn off” (also known as Theta and Delta activity), it can manifest up as Secondary Conditions such as insomnia, difficulty getting to sleep, difficulty staying asleep, restless legs syndrome, or waking up exhausted from lack of restful sleep.
Common solutions for difficulty sleeping include over the counter medications and prescriptions, but if the insomnia is due to a NeuroStructural Dysfunction, the difficulty sleeping will return over time, persist and affect your performance during the day.
If you’re seeking help with your sleeping problems, our approach is to assess for and, if present, correct the underlying NeuroStructural Dysfunction behind the difficulty sleeping and other Secondary Conditions. Our approach also uniquely helps the nervous system better adapt to future stress, decreasing the need to lose sleep in the future. When we get to the root of things, you can resolve the challenges and live an amazing life.
To see if our Network Chiropractic services are the right fit for you, call us at 614-396-6945 for a complimentary consultation.