Neurofeedback for Sleep & Fatigue

Sleep is a crucial time for the brain to organise, prioritise, and integrate information absorbed during the day. It’s a well-established fact that mental functioning deteriorates almost twice as fast as physical performance when sleep is compromised.

The causes of sleep difficulties are diverse, ranging from stress, anxiety, burnout, and trauma to habitual loop thinking. In each case, the underlying issue is the brain’s diminished ability to transition into the appropriate state for sleep.

Sleep Restoration 

Neurofeedback therapy is an effective tool for restoring natural sleep rhythms. It works by training the brain to enhance control and flexibility, facilitating the central nervous system’s smooth transition from an active to a restful state. This training helps the brain relearn the process of falling asleep naturally and maintaining a healthy sleep cycle.

Related Resources

Science, 167, 1146-1148.

Facilitation of spindle-burst sleep by conditioning of electroencephalographic activity while awake.

Biofeedback and Behavior. New York: Plenum, pp. 167-200.

Effects of sensorimotor EEG feedback on sleep and clinical manifestations of epilepsy. Chapter in J. Beatty & H. Legewie (Eds.)

Frequently asked

Some people find that neurofeedback sessions can make them temporarily tired, as is the case with any form of exercise. Others find it energising. It all depends on your baselines and goals.

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