Falling asleep in a normal 15 minutes or so certainly beats hours of tossing and turning. Falling asleep “the minute your head hits the pillow” is typically a sign of sleep deprivation or poor quality sleep. Both quantity and quality can improve.
Waking up in the middle of the night and going quickly back to sleep is bliss for people for whom it used to take an hour or more.
The kind of results Ed wrote about are what my clients report to me.
It’s very rewarding doing this work. When sleep gets better, pretty much everything gets better.
For other things neurofeedback can help with, visit the Neurofeedback Benefits page of our website.
Catherine Boyer, MA, LCSW
New York Neurofeedback