Insomnia is a common complaint – an estimated 30% of adults will experience periods of sleep issues in a given year. Ongoing research continues to uncover negative consequences possible due to insomnia – such as depression, weight gain, and anxiety.

Click here to read an article examining the relationship between sleep issues and brain balance.


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My first brain map was really an eye opener for me. There, in black and white (and some colour), for all to see – was the reason I could not sleep at night, and the reason why I battled to focus at meetings at work during the day i.e. brain reversal! The cause or source of brain reversal can be many things I was told, but one of them I had definitely had – glandular fever. This caused my brain to actually want to shut down and go to sleep during the day, and the minute I wanted to sleep, it would “wake up and start it’s day” – driving me to distraction. (After the Neurobalance sessions) The first thing I noticed was that I regained the ability to focus during the day – for prolonged periods at a time in meetings. Secondly I noticed that my sleep patterns were returning to normal – very slowly at first, and then all of a sudden back to normal. Finally I noticed an all-round loss of the discomfort that had always been present with me, physically, for no apparent reason. I started to feel more relaxed and physically more supple and fitter – even though I was not doing any physical exercise during this time. I think that the Neuro-balance technique fits a very real need in healing today, because it allows you to take part in your own healing through the process of protocols you work with. – 45 year old woman




After years of terrible insomnia caused by a bout of glandular fever, I was fortunate to undergo brain training several years ago. I shudder to think how my life would have turned out without the brain training. It’s hard to function when you can’t sleep. But now I sleep. It’s like a miracle.

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