Help with Insomnia Bloomington MN

Insomnia MNCan’t fall asleep at night? Or you fall asleep but can’t stay asleep? You may have insomnia. Insomnia occurs when it is very difficult to fall asleep, stay asleep, or both. When you experience insomnia, you typically wake up feeling groggy or like you haven’t slept at all. This can tax your ability to function during the day. Not only can insomnia suck away your energy level and mood, but it can also affect your health, work performance and quality of life. Advacare Clinics, located in Bloomington, MN can help you with your insomnia.

It depends from person to person how much sleep is adequate. Typically, grown adults require seven to eight hours each night. Most adults have had insomnia at some point in their lives, but it usually goes away or is not chronic.

At AdvaCare Clinics in Bloomington, MN we are an Outpatient Rehabilitation Facility (ORF) with advanced healthcare solutions and have been helping patients suffering from insomnia and educating them how to live a healthier life. We combine physical therapychiropractic care, and medical procedures for best results and recovery all under one roof.. We regulate the pace and intensity of your therapies depending on your  symptoms and conditions.  Our goal is to find a treatment plan that best fits you so that you can manage  your insomnia so you can sleep better and wake up refreshed

Causes of Insomnia

There can be a number of factors that can contribute to insomnia and loss of sleep. Some common cases include:

  • Stress
  •  Anxiety
  • Depression
  •  Medications
  • Caffeine, nicotine and alcohol
  •  Medical conditions
  • Change in your environment or work schedule
  •  Poor sleep habits
  • Eating too much late in the evening
  •  Insomnia and aging
  • A change in sleep patterns
  • A change in activity
  • A change in health
  • Increased use of medications

Symptom of Insomnia

Symptoms vary from person to person depending on how severe their insomnia is.

Insomnia symptoms can be:

  • Troubles falling asleep at night
  • Waking up at night
  • Waking up too soon
  • Not feeling well rested when you wake up in the morning
  • Daytime fatigue or sleepiness
  • Irritability, depression or anxiety
  • Troubles paying attention or focusing on tasks
  • Increased errors or accidents
  • Tension headaches
  • GI symptoms
  • Ongoing worries about sleep

A person suffering from insomnia will usually take 30 minutes or more to fall asleep and might only get six or less hours of sleep for three or more nights a week.

At AdvaCare Clinics , we are a team of specialized health care professionals whose passion is to treat pain and improve function in patients with multiple conditions and ongoing pain to improve and reconstruct functional ability and condition of life to those with physical impairments or disabilities. Our knowledge is how we combine each modality with multiple layers of medical disciplines to reeducate the nervous system.

Treatments for Insomnia we offer are:

Call AdvaCare Clinics (952) 835-6653 today if you have any questions about insomnia,  any of our therapies, or to schedule a complimentary screening today. Our  in-clinic screenings have the ability to determine what treatments would be the most beneficial for your child. We have many screenings that take about 5 to 10 minutes to assess that are quick, easy and pain free.

 

 

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