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Brain Training &

Neurofeedback Therapy

for Sleep Problems

Brain Training for Better Sleep

Many of us underestimate the importance of sleep. While there is no magic number for sleep duration, eight hours is a good target for an adult. During the first four hours of sleep, your body restores itself. Then it takes an additional four hours of sleep for your brain to restore itself. Good sleep is a lot easier to accomplish if your brain is working efficiently. At Neurocore Brain Performance Centers, we use our comprehensive assessment to identify your sleep issues, and develop a customized sleep therapy program that uses brain-training to help improve your sleep.

Clients Who Completed Our Program Have Reported*


experienced a noticeable
reduction of insomnia symptoms1


no longer met symptomatic
thresholds of insomnia2

*Of adults presenting with moderate to severe insomnia (ISI Total Score > 14) on the Insomnia Severity Index (ISI). n=175.
1Magnitude of improvement on the Insomnia Sleep Index (ISI) by at least the minimal clinically important difference (MCID) of at least 6 points.
2Reduction of total score to < 15 on the ISI placing them in the subthreshold or no insomnia category. **Above outcomes based on an analysis of results reported by 175 (n includes adults only) clients who completed Neurocore’s 30-session program. Individual results may vary. The percentages cited above are not claimed to represent typical results and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results. This does not imply, and Neurocore makes no claims, that it can cure insomnia.

Did You Know?


of adults sleep fewer than 7 hours
(center for disease control and prevention)


of teenagers sleep fewer than 8 hours
(center for disease control and prevention)


more chance of coronary heart disease with less sleep
(center for disease control and prevention)

Our Sleep Therapy Program

Neurocore’s approach to helping with your sleep problems starts by looking at the brain. We use advanced qEEG technology to identify and quantify the brain activity that may be contributing to your sleep problems.



A public health problem

The Centers for Disease Control calls lack of sleep a public health problem. Symptoms of a serious sleep problem or disorder may include:

  • Memory problems
  • Difficulty staying asleep
  • Not feeling fully rested after sleeping
  • Trouble falling asleep
  • Waking up too early

Neurofeedback program for better sleep

We evaluate your breathing and heart rate which contribute to overall brain wellness. Our neurofeedback and heart rate variability (HRV) program trains your brain to regulate itself to help you sleep better.

Tips for better sleep

In addition to neurofeedback sleep therapy, we also recommend behavior-based changes to improve sleep:

  • Establish consistent sleep and wake schedules.
  • Create a regular, relaxing bedtime routine.
  • Finish eating at least 2-3 hours before bedtime.
  • Avoid caffeine and alcohol products close to bedtime.
  • Avoid electronics and back-lit screens at least one hour before bedtime.
  • Get regular exposure to natural light, along with exercise, during the day.


Neurocore client story: "I no longer have to take melatonin for sleep. My retention and concentration levels are higher."
Neurocore review: "I am sleeping at night, and no longer feel a constant tightness in my chest caused by anxiety and stress."
Neurocore client testimonial: "I am sleeping better, I am less reactive to stressful situations, my mood is more stable."

The views expressed above are the personal views of the reviewer and are based on the reviewer’s experience with the completion of Neurocore’s 30-session program. Results will vary. Consumers should not expect to experience the same results.

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Neurocore makes no claims that it can cure any conditions, including any conditions referenced on its website or in print materials, including ADHD, anxiety, autism, depression, traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, migraines, headaches, stress, sleep disorders, Alzheimer’s and dementia.  If you take prescription medications for any of these conditions, you should consult with your doctor before discontinuing use of such medications.