Insomnia: No one can be their best with inadequate sleep. Inadequate sleep is both a lack of hours slept and perhaps, more importantly, quality of sleep. We have all had the experience of getting a full night’s sleep and waking tired and ill-prepared for the day. Poor sleep affects our mental and physical well-being and is an independent risk factor for every major disease, including hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer. It has a direct effect on premature aging, not to mention the unsightly bags under the eyes. Perhaps worst of all it negatively affects the relationships we value so highly. Unfortunately, traditional sleep medications disrupt the natural sleep cycle and do not offer high-quality sleep and recovery. Insomnia has many causes and therefore can have many treatments. Let us help you get the rest you need.
What Causes Insomnia?
If you struggle with sleepless nights, you know how difficult it is to work or handle simple tasks. While there are many things that can cause insomnia, some common factors include stress, poor environment, and a change in lifestyle. Insomnia rarely occurs for no reason. There is often an underlying cause for those sleepless nights.
We Can Help You Recover
We see many patients who struggle with insomnia and we understand the importance of a good night’s sleep. We believe in locating the root cause of your symptoms to help you naturally recover and achieve your health goals. Some things we offer that can help you recover include:
- Peptide therapy
- Mood/depression therapy
- Nutritional supplementation
- Preventative care
Dr. Brian Hoff believes in locating the root cause of health issues like insomnia, so patients can naturally recover. When you begin the journey to recover, you can achieve optimal health and wellness. If you’re dealing with insomnia, contact us for an evaluation so we get your health back on track.
Contact Us Today For A Consultation
The team at True You Health and Wellness offers a variety of treatments to help you naturally recover from insomnia. Get in touch with us today to learn more about how we can help you.