Sleep is essential for the body to recover and repair itself. Adequate sleep can improve overall health.
Sleep hygiene and sleep therapy techniques, such as establishing a regular sleep schedule and creating a relaxing bedtime routine, can improve the quality of sleep for dystonia patients.
Dystonia patients may experience sleep disturbances as a result of their brain imbalance, such as insomnia and sleep apnea, and addressing these issues can improve recovery outcomes.
These series of videos have been produced by Ellen Friedman LPC, DBSM, RPSGT for the Dystonia recovery program with the aim to help members to improve their sleep.