Sleep Disorders can disrupt your lifestyle and greatly lower your quality of life. While many people suffer from these disorders, few realize what a difference massage can make in sleep patterns.


Sometimes, a good night’s sleep seems impossible to attain. Whether that’s because of specific or general stress, hormonal or schedule changes, short-term or chronic pain, there’s nothing quite so frustrating as watching the clock count off the hours while you lie wide awake — knowing you’ll have to start the coming day without nearly enough sleep.

Feeling sluggish or less than energetic during the day is bad enough, but insomnia can also reduce cognitive functions while increasing depression, anxiety and problems with memory. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have declared that insufficient sleep is a public health epidemic. “Sleep insufficiency [is] linked to motor vehicle crashes, industrial disasters, and medical and other occupational errors.”