Better Sleep After Visiting the Chiropractor

According to sleepfoundation.org, 10%-30% of all adults will experience chronic insomnia. 

Another sleep study found drowsy driving is responsible for more than 6,000 fatal car crashes each year in the United States.

More than 90% of people with PTSD related to military combat have been found to have symptoms of insomnia.

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With statistics like these, no wonder global sleep aids market size was accounted at USD 74.3 billion in 2021 and it is expected to reach around USD 124.97 billion by 2030

Why Sleep is so important to Your Health

Sleep is a vital element of the Chiropractic treatment process. Not only is sleep important for productivity and mood, but on a biological level it is needed for cell regeneration, and ultimately to heal. 

When sleep becomes deprived or insufficient the body struggles to produce the energy required to perform optimally and complete simple tasks. 

Chiropractic care has been shown to reduce the discomfort felt while maintaining adequate sleep positions and thus reduces the detrimental effects of poor sleep quality. 

 

Some tips for better sleep:

Reduce caffeine intake several hours before bed, create healthy sleep habits, use a supportive pillow, reduce exposure to computer screens before bed. This can disrupt circadian cycles.

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Dr. John Meisner works alongside sleep specialists to best help his patients reach optimal recovery and sleep quality. 

  • Chiropractic helps the sleep cycle 
  • Snoring is not normal and should be addressed with your doctor.
  • Most people don’t know their sleep is less than standard as it becomes their norm. 
  • Ask a Chiropractor how treatment and alignment can optimize deeper sleep.