Sound Sleep Study (fall 2019)
It’zzz habit forming!
While it’s normal to occasionally experience difficulties sleeping, it’s not normal to regularly have problems getting to sleep at night. Ignoring sleep problems and disorders can damage your physical health and lead to weight gain, accidents, impaired job performance, memory problems, and strained relationships. If you want to feel your best, stay healthy, and perform up to your potential, quality sleep is a necessity, not a luxury.
Promoting good sleep depends on a calm mind, balanced nervous system, and healthy habits. First, you need to know what is happening in your body:
- The Sound Sleep Study is conducted in the privacy of your home for three nights using a small data box on your nightstand, and three small patches placed behind the ear and neckline. These patches measure sleep activity including REM and waking patterns.
- Data is recorded as to how the body is, or is not, in a restful state during sleep. Data includes levels of REM (deep) sleep, consecutive restful sleep and waking patterns during the night.
- Study results, tools and recommendations, and coaching are provided to get you into a restful state at night. Neurofeedback, a hormone panel, or other options may be suggested.