Protecting The Brain From Screen Time


Do you need to find a way to start getting your eight hours of sleep at night? For many people, this sounds like an impossible dream, but it is something that is worth trying to attain. And, those suffering from insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and other related issues can find a road to recovery. Dr. Jay R. Goldman has helped many people in your shoes before, and he is ready to find what works for you. That way, you can get a little closer to that all important great night’s rest.

Too much screen time can wreak havoc on the body clock, brain chemistry and reward pathways. Psychology Today recently wrote an article, discussing how to protect the brain from daily screen time.

  • Get out – Increase your exposure to greenery, nature and sunlight. Finding green space has been shown to enhance mental health and learning capacity, as well as lower stress levels and improve attention.
  • Movement – If screen time can break down brain connectivity, exercise has the ability to do the reverse. In addition, exercise fights depression, insomnia, addiction, anxiety and more.
  • Sanctuary – Practicing good sleep hygiene can help you create a sleep sanctuary. Finding a consistent sleep-wake cycle can help you obtain better sleep, and improved function.

Has the time come for you to find a path towards better sleep? Those suffering from insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and other related issues do have hope. That hope comes in the form of treatment with Dr. Jay R. Goldman! He has helped many people turn their lives around for the better, and he is ready to help you get to the root of your issue. Contact Dr. Jay R. Goldman, today, and set up your appointment.

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