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Everyone experiences a poor night’s sleep now and then, but if you find yourself struggling night after night to fall asleep and remain unconscious until morning, you may be one of as much as 35% of Americans who struggle with insomnia. If natural remedies and medicines are not impacting your insomnia, we invite you to consider cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES).

An inability to rest well at night can often result from anxiety and active brain activity preventing you from feeling restful. Chronic insomnia has been linked to many other health conditions, and the methods used to reduce insomnia (ie, alcohol, sleep medications and antidepressants) can incur other unfortunate side effects. CES can sidestep these risks by providing ways to improve sleep and reduce the use of long-term medication.

CES involves attaching medical devices to the head so that we can administer minuscule electric currents to the brain and produce a therapeutic effect. It is theorized that the efficacy of CES comes from the endorphins that are released during this process, promoting a “feel good” response in the body. CES is increasing in popularity due to its noninvasive approach to coping with chronic mental conditions such as insomnia, anxiety and even depression.

If you are struggling with any of these conditions and would like to learn more about cranial electrotherapy stimulation in Sandy Utah, we invite you to schedule a consultation with Mike Simpson and our team of wellness professionals to discuss your options. Please give us a call at Theta Wellness Center by dialing 801-590-7461 today!