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What is Sleep Recovery?

The Sleep Recovery Neurofeedback Program is a simple, user-friendly and affordable neurological training process, utilizing an advanced form of brainwave bio-feedback that is scientifically proven to help normalized human sleep patterns.

It re-balances, strengthens and calms the brain and central nervous system in such a way that eliminates the need for long term, on-going treatment.

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Frequently Asked Questions.

Q) How many sessions does it take for me to start sleeping better?

A) Although everyone’s neurology is a little different, most people notice a definite improvement in the quality of their sleep in about 5-6 sessions.

Q. Are the results lasting? How many sessions does it take to get there?

A. The average is about 20 sessions total. We consider lasting results to be averaging six nights out of seven of restful, restorative sleep. We are also still in contact with past clients as far back as 1994 who tell us they are continuing to sleep well.

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About Us: Our Sleep Recovery Team.

Sleep Recovery Welcomes Hyla Cass, MD as Medical Director.

She has appeared regularly on TV including The Dr. Oz Show, The View, and E! Entertainment, as well as numerous radio shows, and national magazines. www.cassmd.com.

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Insomnia Treatments

Restless Leg and Brain Chemistry: Hyper-Arousal Could Be Key

12th May 2013 by David A. Mayen, Founder/CEO

MRI-of-the-brain-006Researchers at John Hopkins may have found new evidence linking restless leg syndrome (RLS) to previously unknown brain chemistry.

The new study, lead by Richard P. Allen, Ph.D., an associate professor of neurology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine used magnetic resonance imaging to show that glutamate, in addition to dopamine, play a large part in producing a type of hyper-arousal within the brain region known as the thalamus.

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Sleep Medications

Help Sleeping: A New Alternative Neurofeedback

11th June 2013 by David A. Mayen, Founder/CEO

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Needing help with your sleep? Your not alone. Up to 70 million Americans consistently have trouble sleeping. With three out of ten adults dealing with some from of insomnia, it stands to reason that both the managed-care health system and big pharma would  have the motivation to find a cure.

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Insomnia & Anxiety

Insomnia Linked to Mortality Risk

11th December 2013 by David A. Mayen, Founder/CEO

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Insomnia, the most common sleep disorder, affects up to one-third of the population in the United States. In new findings, researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) have found that some insomnia symptoms are associated with an increased risk of mortality in men. These findings are published online in Circulation and will appear in an upcoming print issue.

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