Minimal amounts of sleep have been proven many times to significantly affect productivity throughout the day. The key is to master your brain’s “off switch” located in the back of your head, where brain training reduces fast beta waves and increases slow theta waves — the perfect recipe for consistently good sleep. Whether your sleep feels a little off or you’ve been battling insomnia your whole life, neurofeedback can help you sleep longer and better.
After treatments with Tom, I was able to reach a point where I slept all through the nightWS
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