If you regularly have trouble falling asleep at night and staying awake the next day, you are among some 40 million Americans afflicted by chronic sleep disorders, including insomnia. In fact, a 2011 study concluded that insomnia is so prevalent among U.S. workers that it costs American… Read More
    Although sometimes dismissed as “holiday blues” or “winter blues,” Seasonal Affective Disorder is a real form of depression that can be triggered by winter’s cold and the longer stretches of darkness. Unlike other forms of depression, SAD comes and goes about the same time each year, arriving… Read More
    Doctors who treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children typically recommend some combination of medicine and cognitive behavioral therapy. But when treatments cause side effects or stop working, more and more parents are turning to neurofeedback to help their children with ADHD. Recent research shows that the… Read More