Tossing and turning all night? Just can't stay asleep?
Your brain and body both have to switch from active function to sleeping function to promote a good night sleep. If you are not getting restorative sleep, it can cause detriment to your life. NeuroSpinal dysfunction can affect the parasympathetic nervous system and Theta and Delta activity, changing the recovery function and "turn off"center of your brain. This form of dysfunction can present secondary conditions such as difficulty getting or staying asleep, insomnia, restless leg syndrome, or waking up feeling exhausted from lack of restorative sleep.
Often people turn to over the counter or prescription medications. If the problem is rooted in NeuroSpinal dysfunction, the difficulty sleeping will return affecting your performance and quality of life.
If you are seeking treatment for sleeping problems, we will assess for NeuroSpinal dysfunction that would contribute to those symptoms and secondary conditions. Dr. Caliendo uses a technique that assists the nervous system to adapt to future stressors, decreasing the need to lose sleep, enabling you to live well. By treating the root of the problem, you can move on from the challenges and live a better quality of life.