Neurofeedback Retrains the Sleep-Deprived Brain

Sleep deprivation is a common complaint and a symptom that often accompanies autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis. Long-term sleep deprivation can lead to pain, depression and significant personality changes. Neurofeedback can help to rewire the brain and change the cycle of depression and sleep deprivation that causes one’s life to feel out of control.

Coupled with chiropractic care, homeopathic doctor visits and massage therapy, neurofeedback can help relieve chronic pain, restore sleep and bring back the zest for life that sleep deprivation and depression can take away.

For more information, call The Balanced Mind, in Edmond, at 405-697-0909 or visit TheBalancedMind.net/neurofeedback.

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