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Chiropractic Can Help with Quality Sleep

Getting enough sleep is very important for our bodies to function properly and efficiently. Unfortunately, many people experience regular insomnia that can lead to sleep deprivation. This issue can affect our ability to repair and function properly.

Not getting enough sleep can affect how your brain fires. This can make daily tasks such as chores more challenging and time-consuming.

When tired, the neurons in the brain fire slowly and with less force, which can make it hard for the brain to process information. This issue can also lead to poor reaction time and make driving more dangerous.

What is Brain Fog?

Slower movement of the neurons in the brain can also create a state of being that’s almost like a dream state. This suggests that the patient’s brain was trying to doze off while it was awake.

Not getting enough sleep can also affect how your brain fires. Although there are currently no tests for detecting the presence of sleep deprivation in drivers, it’s believed that law enforcers might eventually need to use this procedure.

Getting too little sleep can also have a negative effect on the functioning of the brain. It’s similar to how drinking excessively can affect one’s ability to think. Unfortunately, there’s currently no test for detecting the presence of sleep deprivation in drivers.

Besides sleeping pills, there are other treatments that can help people get the necessary amount of sleep. These include over-the-counter medications and supplements as well as CPAP machines if you are found to have sleep apnea.

Come in for a consultation with Dr. Jason Kaster, D.C. using the most state-of-the-art chiropractic techniques combined with personalized supplements and nutrition guidance you can help to re-regulate your body’s sleep clock and sleep response so that you can begin operating on all cylinders again.

Treating Patients in the Fort Myers, Cape Coral & Surrounding Areas Since 2003
With Musculoskeletal Conditions & Other Conditions Requiring Chiropractic Care