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Getting a good night’s sleep is important to maintaining physical and mental health. But for those with insomnia, not being able to sleep can be frustrating and exhausting. At Unique Mind Care, we offer a drug-free, natural remedy for insomnia that addresses the issue at its source: the brain. 

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You’ve had a long day and you’re tired, but you’re lying in bed watching the hours go by. No matter how badly you want to sleep, you just can’t. Maybe you are replaying events that happened earlier in the day repeatedly or you can’t focus on anything else but the fact that you can’t go to sleep. Frustration builds and the problem only gets worse from there.

Insomnia is a difficult and often isolating condition that is all too common today. According to the Cleveland Clinic, about 10% of the world’s population experiences insomnia which qualifies as a medical condition. In the United States, the standard method of treatment includes developing good sleeping habits, mental healthcare, and medications, particularly sedatives and hypnotic drugs, that can have unpleasant side effects. If you have insomnia and want to treat it without medications, we are here to help.

As Houston’s premier brain health center, Unique Mind Care focuses on treating insomnia within the brain. Every patient is different, so we take the time to understand how your overall health impacts your brain. From there, we create personalized treatment plans for your unique needs.

You deserve a great night’s sleep. When you’re ready to leave your dreamless nights behind, give us a call.

What is Insomnia?

Insomnia is the absence of a sufficient amount of healthy, restorative sleep. This can occur when someone either has difficulty falling or staying asleep. Not getting enough sleep can adversely affect brain function, physical health, and even your immune system. It can increase the risk of stroke, seizures, asthma attacks, high blood pressure, heart disease, anxiety, and depression, while also compromising motor skills, memory, and judgment. 

There are many potential causes of insomnia, ranging from poor sleep habits, stress, and not having a regular schedule to restless leg syndrome, obstructive sleep apnea, or the use of antidepressants or pain medications. Many people take sleep for granted. If you aren’t getting enough of it, you need to get help.

What are the Signs of Insomnia in Adults?

Adults with insomnia may experience symptoms ranging from mild to more serious. These often include: 

  • Chronic difficulty falling or staying asleep
  • Feeling overly tired or sick during the day
  • Inability to remember things or slowed thought processes
  • Anxiety, depression, or other mood disorders
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What are the Signs of Insomnia in Children?

Insomnia is common in children and, if left untreated, can develop into a long-term issue. If you think your child has insomnia, here’s what to look out for: 

  • Difficulty napping or falling asleep at night
  • Frequent night-time wakings
  • Waking up early 
  • Daytime fatigue
  • Impairment to attention and memory
  • Inability to focus
  • Irritability or low tolerance for frustration

How We Treat Insomnia

As Houston’s premier brain health center, we believe that the way to treat insomnia is by addressing the underlying causes of it at its source: the brain. Our holistic approach is based on decades of clinical research and state-of-the-art technology that we use to create personalized treatment protocols to address every patient’s unique needs.

The first step in our treatment plan is a complete diagnostic intake assessment that comprehensively reviews your overall health, as well as the systems in your body that influence your brain. After the Functional Health Assessment Questionnaire, we perform a complete two-stage, 3-D QEEG exam that provides a detailed map of your brain. This gives us a clear picture of the areas of your brain that are dysregulated or out of balance, providing a more precise roadmap for treatment. Unlike other brain health centers in Houston, we complete all our testing and clinical review in-house. 

Your treatment plan at Unique Mind Care will typically include: 

  • Nexalin Therapy – Non-invasive and free of any side effects, Nexalin therapy is a frequency-based waveform that stimulates the hypothalamus and surrounding deep centers of the brain. Cleared by the FDA, Nexalin recreates pathways and functions in your brain, enabling it to heal itself over time. Additionally, Nexalin supports the LORETA protocols for enhanced response to treatment.
  • LORETA Neurofeedback Therapy –   All LORETA protocols are designed in-house by our clinical team led by our licensed Ph. Ph.D. neuroscientists. Our LORETA neurofeedback therapy uses the most advanced technology currently available to promote and sustain healthy brain wave patterns. With more than 30 years of experience, we are the most advanced provider of neurofeedback therapy in Houston.
  • Neurotransmitter Testing – Neurotransmitters are the chemical messengers in your brain that it can’t function without. Their job is to carry electrical signals (EEG) from one neuron to the next. This chemical system is vital to a healthy functioning brain. We test and analyze the major neurotransmitters in the brain during treatment. After testing, we provide a complete evaluation and report with a Nutraceutical supplement plan to ensure all treatment outcomes are long-lasting and complete.
  • Additional Support – Healthy nutrition is critical to your brain health. The brain is connected to a whole-body health system, which is why we also offer nutritional analysis and food sensitivity testing, personal coaching, supplements, and enzyme recommendations to improve long-term outcomes.

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You don’t have to live with insomnia for the rest of your life. There’s hope with Unique Mind Care. We offer alternative, drug-free treatments for insomnia that are free of side effects. Take the first step towards a better tomorrow by giving us a call today.

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