Treatment Options for Insomnia

Insomnia Treatment Options

Insomnia is a condition that refers to difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep. People with insomnia may feel like they can’t get enough sleep, and they may wake up feeling exhausted. Insomnia can be caused by stress, anxiety, depression, medications, or other health conditions. Treatment for insomnia often includes making changes to lifestyle habits and using sleep medication. Our psychologist can help somebody stop harming themselves by providing support and guidance. They can also help the person learn how to cope with their emotions in a healthy way through therapy.

Insomnia is causing significant distress and impacting daily functioning, our specialized psychologist can help by providing behavioral treatment. This may involve gradually increasing time spent in bed to help the individual get used to sleeping again, relaxation techniques, and stimulus control therapy which involves removing all sources of stimulation from the bedroom environment.

If someone has insomnia because of a mental health condition, like anxiety or depression, then they need to get treatment for those conditions too. Our insomnia treatment program can help people who are struggling with this condition get their lives back on track. If you or someone you know is having trouble sleeping, please contact us today to learn more about our services.

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Insomnia FAQs

No, we do not have a shower facility for massage therapy clients.

Yes, we offer gift cards.

Human Integrated Performance does not typically offer discounts or packages for massage therapy. However, we do offer direct billing for specific providers. To find out if we direct bill to your insurance provider, please visit our website or call the clinic.

Massage therapy can be used alongside various therapies and treatments to enhance overall health and well-being. It complements physical therapy, chiropractic care, and sports medicine by promoting muscle relaxation, pain reduction, and improved flexibility. Additionally, it can aid in stress reduction, mental health support, and postoperative recovery. Massage therapy is often integrated into complementary medicine practices, pregnancy care, and cancer treatment support. While it offers numerous benefits, it should be used in conjunction with medical advice and treatment, ensuring a collaborative and safe approach to holistic health.

During a massage therapy session, your therapist will give you their full attention. Your therapist may ask you how you’re feeling and what you hope to accomplish during the session. Your therapist will then use different types of pressure and techniques to help relax your muscles, reduce tension, and improve your overall well-being.

When deciding how frequently you should get a massage, it all boils down to what your body needs. If you’re dealing with pain or an injury, then more frequent visits could prove beneficial; however, if relaxation is the only aim here, less frequent appointments may be suitable for your situation. Give us a call today and we’ll answer any other questions that come up!