Insomnia Treatment

Treatment of Insomnia and Sleep Disorders

Insomnia Treatment with Acupuncture and complimentary medicine

If you or a loved one suffers from Insomnia you know what a terrible experience it is.  Waking up and feeling tired before your feet hit the floor can be incredibly discouraging.  It can ruin your day before it even starts.  Fortunately Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine has been an effective insomnia treatment for thousands of years without the use of disorienting or risky medication.

It’s important to understand the underlying cause of insomnia in order for treatment to be effective.  Are you having a difficult time falling asleep?  Perhaps you wake up often throughout the night.  Maybe you wake up and can’t fall back asleep or just wake up earlier than you would like.  Each of these insomnia symptoms can be a different pattern.  Each requires different treatment.

What are the different types of Insomnia?

Insomnia is broken down into acute or chronic, and primary or secondary.  Acute insomnia is oftentimes due to stress, anxiety or other life circumstances.  A recent trauma could be the issue.  Acute insomnia lasts for days or weeks.

Chronic insomnia last for months or years.

What causes Insomnia?

Insomnia is generally thought to be caused by emotional, neurological or medical disorders.  However the exact cause generally is not known.

Despite the fact that 40 million Americans suffer from insomnia and poor sleep

Insomnia

Fatigue

Restless Sleep

Reducing Dependence on Prescription Sleep Medications

Sleep Apnea

Restless Leg Syndrome

Hypersomnia

Over 60 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders.  You don’t have to be one of them.

SCHEDULE A COMPLIMENTARY SLEEP EVALUATION

Here are 5 things you can do right now to help you sleep better.

  1. Stop using screens (phone, ipad, tv etc.) at the bare minimum of 1 hour before bed.
  2. Make sure your bedroom is completely dark and there is no light pollution sneaking in.
  3. Sit down and take 10 deep inhales and exhales before climb into bed.
  4. Eat 1 tablespoon of honey a half hour before bed.
  5. If you wake in the middle of the night and cannot fall back asleep get up and do something quietly (like read.)