Sleep, Fatigue and Multiple Sclerosis Insomnia and daytime fatigue are common problems (and much of what follows applies to anyone struggling with inadequate sleep). But if you’re living with Multiple Scleroses, it’s significantly more likely that you’re struggling with poor sleep. Approximately 40% of people with MS experience chronic insomnia (chronic means at least 3…

Many people living with long-term effects of concussion and other traumatic brain injuries may be very interested to know that: Studies suggest that up to 70% of people with concussion and other traumatic brain injuries (TBI) develop sleep disturbances, with a significant portion going on to live with chronic insomnia for years. Insomnia is known…

Voluntary slowing down of breath frequency can have psycho-physiological changes in brain-body interaction. When you use certain breathing techniques to slow down your breath, you can tap into your central nervous system and change your psychological status – for example, from being anxious to being calm. Anatomical studies, using fMRI, have shown that by breathing…

Treat Insomnia Naturally with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Quality sleep is one of the main pillars that make up the foundation of our well-being. Sleep is one of our body’s main sources of energy, as well as the primary timeframe that our body digests stress hormones. Unfortunately, sleep deprivation and insomnia are extremely common among the…

More and more people seem to be burdened with some sort of mental illness or condition.  The medical industry, where much of the psychotherapy is conducted, seems hooked on palliative ‘solutions’ such as medication and curtailed programs of manualized ‘sausage-machine’-style psychotherapy which assume that every patient is the average patient.  There’s no time to actually…

The end of the school year is around the corner and it is that time of year again – it’s Finals time. Your teenagers are probably very stressed or getting stressed. There is a lot of things going on right now, Junior Prom, Senior Ball and other end of the year activities. As I stated…