Insomnia Treatment

Night time is something many of us have the luxury of looking forward to; others, however, dread it. Sleep is something we earn throughout the day. It’s a reward for hard work, a chance to refresh and prepare for the next. Now, imagine that your sleep was constantly interrupted and ruined every night. It’s an unpleasant thought, but it’s a reality that many people face every day.   

 Insomnia is both a frustrating and heavily diminishing disorder that we are all likely to experience at some point in our lives. Some have it much worse than others. In simple terms: insomnia is a sleeping disorder that makes it difficult to fall asleep and stay asleep until it’s time to wake up. It’s an unfortunate sleeping pattern that our bodies become used to – a cycle that’s increasingly hard to break once you find yourself in it. Severe cases of insomnia can ruin a person’s ability to function the next day. Little, or at times no sleep, makes us tired, sluggish and adversely affects our mood. It definitely isn’t something that should be taken lightly. 

 

The EKCL Solution

There is a way out of this awful sleep pattern. At EKCL, we’re proud to partner alongside the Reality 2000 program to help combat the effects of insomnia. As a forward-thinking and innovative non-conventional medical service, we stand above the crowd when it comes to treating insomnia. Such a common disorder needs a broad treatment method; one that’s easy to use and simple to understand. 

 This is where our treatment comes into play. Elektromeridian Kobra is a unique type of therapy that targets particular areas of the body, stressed in various ways. Through computerised electronic equipment, our therapy stimulates certain parts of the body and increases the production of endorphins. Endorphins are a chemical produced by our brain that relieves our body of stress and pain.

How Does This Work for Insomnia?

We understand every insomnia case is unique, which is why we create treatment plans tailored for you and your specific needs. Like all of our treatments here at EKCL, the process is relatively simple and easy to understand. We always want our clients to feel comfortable with their treatment, so simplicity and practicality are central to everything we do. In our opinion, it’s the best medication for insomnia.

 For our Reality 2000 plans, we find out what we need to know about you through a brief questionnaire. This then shapes the direction we intend to take with your treatment. With this information, we run a short test that helps us identify the severity of your insomnia (occasional, chronic, or transitory). 

 At this point, we’re ready to proceed with the micro-stimulation of specific body parts; in the case of insomnia, these include the left arm, right arm, ankle and neck. The recommended number of sessions for insomnia is ten. Of course, this will vary depending on the client’s responsiveness to treatment. 

 Our insomnia treatment is unique. Our goal? To be the number one insomnia treatment London has to offer. If you suffer from insomnia do not hesitate to get in touch. We have a treatment plan in place for all types of people; whether it be insomnia treatment in the elderly or pregnant women. Give us a call today and break the cycle of sleepless nights.

 

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We are now operating in London; passionate about providing the whole of the UK with our unique service. Our goal is to become the number one insomnia treatment facility London has to offer. We want people across the city and the country to have access to this exceptional product.

 

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Why We Need Our Sleep

Sleep is an essential part of human life. It’s a chance to recharge our batteries; refresh and relax for the next day ahead. Without it, we become incredibly moody, tired and generally unproductive. On average, most adults need approximately 7 hours of sleep. We’ve all functioned with less sleep than 7 hours, but imagine having to do that every day. 

 In some severe cases, there are people who get no sleep because of insomnia. This makes it nearly impossible to function normally. As well as our ability to function, there are a number of potential long term implications that can be caused by insomnia. These include obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes.

It’s a domino effect: no sleep, makes us tired; when we’re tired, we don’t have the energy to do anything; we do very little and end up putting on weight and fall into an unhealthy lifestyle – it’s a vicious cycle.  No one should have to suffer from sleepless nights. It has a seriously adverse effect on how we work, interact and our general quality of life. People need sleep, which is why insomnia is not a disorder we can afford to ignore.

 

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What Causes Insomnia?

Research shows that everyone is likely to experience insomnia at some point in their lives. 30-40% of adults live through a period of insomnia every year; 10-15% experience chronic or severe cases. It’s common, which means more should be done. To help combat the effects, here are a few things that cause insomnia:

  • Change in routine: this happens during and after pregnancy. It may also take place when you’ve just started a new job. Any abrupt change may trigger a change in your sleeping pattern.
  • Eating too late: we’re all guilty of it – eating rubbish food, late at night. Sometimes the temptation is too much, but these cravings can really damage our ability to sleep. Things like coffee and spicy foods are particularly bad. 
  • Excessive use of phones/tablets: another one that many of us are guilty of. Spending hours staring at a screen before bed is not a good habit to get into. The blue light found in these devices isn’t good for our eyes, and it can cause severe headaches. Resist the urge and put your phone down.

Different Types of Insomnia

There are many different types of insomnia. All of them disrupt our sleeping patterns. But some are much more severe than others. These types include:

 

This is when periods of troubled sleeping last between one night and a few weeks. It’s usually caused by an emotional or physical discomfort, like stress, illness; or environmental influences like changes to heat, light and noise levels. Another common cause is jet lag.

 

Refers to periods of poor sleep quality three or more days every week lasting for a month. It often occurs in conjunction with health issues, and can be triggered by a number of issues.

 

Insomnia can be associated with a number of sleep disorders, including restless legs syndrome (RLS), periodic limb movement disorder (PLMD), sleep apnoea and circadian rhythm sleep disorders.

 

Things That Can Help

At EKCL, we provide – in our opinion –  the most effective natural solution to insomnia. For insomnia treatment, natural ways are usually the safer and more proactive option. It’s easy to understand and simple to use. There are many things, however, that can be done alongside our treatment to help reduce and cure the risks associated with insomnia. These include:

Exercise

As with a lot of things, exercise is a great way to combat insomnia. Research has shown that those who exercise regularly are far more likely to sleep better than those that choose not to. There are a lot of theories as to why this exercise is so good for sleep. But most are underpinned by one thing: exercise wears you out.

Sunlight

Daylight is the best alarm we have. It helps our natural body clock and tells us when to wake up. When the sun rises in the morning, our pineal gland is triggered and subsequently sends hormones designed to wake us up. The best way to get your body into gear in the morning is by exposing yourself to sunlight. So, throw open the curtains and embrace the day (whatever mood the UK weather is in).

Eating the right food

What we eat has a big impact on how easily we manage to get to sleep. Many types of food contain chemical properties which make us feel drowsy or relaxed – ideal for when you’re ready for bed. These include almonds, salmon, cherries, low-fat milk and bananas. We also advise you to stay clear of other foods like coffee, spicy and fatty meals. Obviously, caffeine is a major no go zone before bed, and spicy and fatty foods can take a long time to properly digest – a recipe for disaster when trying to get to sleep.

Lifestyle changes

These are little things that you’d never really consider, but they can all make a big difference to how well we sleep. Switching off from all technology before bed is a must; the blue light from our phones is essentially an electronic version of caffeine. Things like showering at night also tell our bodies that it’s time to relax and wind down. This one isn’t for everyone, but sniffing lavender or soothing scents is an effective way to ease anxiety and encourage a relaxed state. Other natural remedies like yoga, meditation and mantra repetition are also used frequently by people who suffer from insomnia. The success rate of these are, however, relatively unknown.

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    The problem with Medication

    Many GPs are quick to prescribe medication to all cases of insomnia. Sometimes these are effective, but most of the time they are only a short-term fix to what is a long-term problem. Taking sleeping pills also puts you at risk to a number of unpleasant side effects.

    Another issue with prescribed medication is that over time you build up a tolerance. This means eventually you have to start taking higher doses – increasing the chances of exposure to side effects – or they stop working altogether. We always recommend natural solutions like our Reality2000 treatment plan. Safe, scientifically approved; proud to be the most reliable insomnia treatment London has to offer. 

    If you suffer from insomnia, do something about it today. It’s a disorder that we’ll all experience at some point; those that do something about it are the ones most likely to beat it and sleep better at night. Our innovative technology is suitable for all types of people. For our insomnia treatment pregnancy isn’t a problem; for our insomnia treatment elderly people’s needs are easily met. We care for our patients, which is why we’re always looking to provide an incredibly simple but equally successful service. Call us today, and sort out your sleep.

     

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Is it painful?

    Electrostimulation isn’t painful; it’s a slight tingling sensation, generated by an electric tool that targets a specific body part. The method is completely secure and there are no direct side effects.

     

    What is the exact process?

    The method for obesity and insomnia REALITY 2000 begins with a questionnaire to collect customer information, for example age, weight, height, sex and type of physical activity. A test is then carried out, which determines the level of your insomnia. 

    The test has a double function. Firstly, it collects data which is stored and informs the treatment process. Secondly, it instantaneously processes the information and provides a percentage result on the subject’s predisposition, at a psychological level.

    After data collection, our equipment displays parameters with regards to your insomnia. After identifying your type of insomnia (occasional, transitory, chronic), we begin treatment. Here, methods of microstimulation to areas of the human body are used. 

    The difference between this method and traditional acupuncture: while determining the same vibrations at the point of the epidermal needle’s insertion, it distinguishes between the parameters previously included in the microchip. With computer management software and the cutaneous resistance of the subject, the body is stimulated to increase the production of the endorphins necessary to compensate for the body’s lack of sleep and reasons behind insomnia.

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