Sleep Disorders

Sleep Disorders:
Obstructive sleep apnea,Narcolepsy, Insomnia, Shift Work Sleep Disorder, Restless Legs Syndrome

You may not be getting enough good sleep because of a sleep disorder. Every third adult US citizen suffers from sleeping disorders occasionally; seniors even have a rate of up to 60%. In many cases, the doctor can’t find any cause with the conventional diagnostics; patients aren’t satisfied, because treating them with sleeping pills doesn’t really solve the problem.

In Amita Holistic Healing Center we have had very encouraging experiences with diagnosing and treating sleeping disorders. We use the method of energy balancing designed to give logical and sensible results. Patients finally feel understood and appreciated when we diagnose them energetically, tell them where their conditions come from, and best of all, what they can do about these situations. We have a success rate of around 90% – even in patients who have gone through previous therapies without success. This method is essential and very effective for all types of sleeping disorders.

According to the National Institutes of Health, approximately 12 million Americans suffer from obstructive sleep apnea/hyperpnoea syndrome otherwise known as OSA.

People who have Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) repeatedly stop breathing, or experience shallow breathing during sleep. This can happen as often as 300 times a night and can disrupt a person’s quantity and quality of sleep. The most common symptom of OSA is excessive sleepiness. Other symptoms of OSA may include morning headaches, dry mouth, snoring, trouble concentrating, forgetfulness, or depression. If OSA is not treated, serious health problems can occur, including:
Hypertension, Coronary, Artery disease, Heart attack, Stroke, Psychiatric problems, ets.

Common treatment for OSA is called nasal CPAP, or nasal continuous positive airway pressure. Nasal CPAP consists of a mask-like device and pump that work together to keep the airway open with air pressure during breathing. Other methods of treatment for obstructive sleep apnea include surgical procedures such as the removal of the tonsils and redundant tissue in the back of the throat.