GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - Most of us probably don't get the amount of sleep we truly need, but it's not too late to change that. Sleep is so important, especially for women. Our Ask the Expert for behavioral health expert is Doctor Timothy Royer from Neurocore. He shares important information about why sleep matters so much for good health and stronger brains. Did you know that more than sixteen million women between the ages of 40 and 59 use some type of sleep aid? The average woman gets six hours and 41 minutes of sleep per night. Women who experience frequent sleep problems are more likely to have missed at least one day of work in the past month and drive drowsy at least once a month, which many experts believe is as dangerous as driving drunk. Getting a proper sleep assessment is one way toward a better night's sleep and better health. Neurocore diagnoses sleep issues and can help determine treatment to help. Call or email Neurocore and mention eightWest to receive $100 off of your initial $250 sleep or ADHD assessment.
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