Two aspects of this troubling problem—the inability to fall asleep (sleep-onset insomnia) and the inability to stay asleep (wakefulness)—plague insomnia sufferers. Many holistic and cognitive-behavioral techniques can successfully end such sleep disorders. For more severe, long-term sleep difficulties, clients can learn to quiet the “noisy mind” through neurofeedback. Enhanced alpha training successfully improves sleep-onset insomnia while low beta neurofeedback on the brain’s sensory motor strip better treats wakefulness.
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