Brain Health Nebraska

Sleep Problems

Get Some Rest

It’s normal to transform into a different person when you don’t get a good night’s sleep. However, if your exhausted alter ego has taken over your life, then it’s time to make some changes.

Your Sleep Cycle

The quality and quantity of your sleep depends on a balanced circadian rhythm. Your circadian rhythm is the internal clock that gives you energy when the sun is up and melatonin when the sun is down. And like a musical rhythm, there needs to be a balance for it to perform correctly.

Multiple factors like stress, chronic illness, and hormone changes can create an unbalanced circadian rhythm. That’s why both teens and adults can suffer from sleep problems that will greatly affect their quality of life if left untreated.

At Brain Health Nebraska, we can look at your medical history and perform personalized treatments that will get you back to your natural rhythm so you can get a good night’s sleep.

Your Personal Sand Man

Imagine a world where you can get a full night’s sleep, wake up, and truly feel rested. Sound like a dream? Well, the team at Brain Health Nebraska can make it your reality with treatments that help you restore your natural hormone balance. Dr. Franzen helps you sleep deeper so you can be more active and alert during the day.

Personalized Solutions

Whether you are an adult suffering from sleep apnea, or a teenager struggling to stay awake during school, we can help you find the root cause of your sleep disorder and tailor treatments to meet your needs.

Contact Us Today!

Stop counting sheep and get a good night’s sleep! Contact Brain Health Nebraska to schedule a consultation!

How do I know I have a sleeping disorder?

Signs and symptoms might be trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, or getting up early. Also, daytime fatigue and drowsiness, trouble with focus and concentration, morning headaches or dry mouth, and changes in mood and anxiety-related symptoms.  

Do I need parental approval for services?

If you’re a minor, then yes. Typically, a minor is 18 years old and under in Nebraska.