Insomnia Treatment

Zone Psychology offers a natural approach for insomnia treatment

Zone Performance’s Neurofeedback and Biofeedback Training utilized as an insomnia treatment can help people suffering from Insomnia to get them on a more normal sleep pattern. 

Our cutting-edge neurofeedback insomnia treatment technology is used to pinpoint the factors contributing to your disorder. Through this training, the brain learns healthier patterns and is able to learn new brainwave functions so you can sleep normally. By retraining the brain and improving brainwave function in those key areas affected by insomnia, the brain is rewarded through neurofeedback for creating healthier patterns. As the brain learns new responses, new patterns and pathways develop improving brainwave function as you begin to sleep better, longer.

Numerous studies have shown that neurofeedback as an insomnia treatment works.

What causes insomnia?

There are a variety of reasons a person may develop Insomnia in their life. It can be associated with stress, mental health, anxiety disorders, poor sleep patterns, traumatic life events or certain medications.

How does insomnia affect people?

Insomnia can have some very serious effects on your overall health. People who experience regular Insomnia are at risk of developing certain medical conditions, mental health disorders, increased risk of accidents, and shortened life expectancy. It is recommended to treat insomnia as soon as possible because the longer you live with the disorder, the harder it can be to treat.


How can Zone Psychology Help?

ContactBy utilizing our state of the art neurofeedback insomnia treatments, you can achieve a better and more restful sleep.  Contact us for more information.


Insurance Coverage for Treating Insomnia

Zone Psychology offers DIRECT BILLING for insomnia treatments. Your services may be covered by your employee health benefits or private insurance. Call our office or your health insurance provider about your options.

No Referral Required

You don’t need a doctor or psychologist referral to get a neurofeedback assessment done.

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