Insomnia Study Aims to Recalibrate Brain for Better Sleep

Howard Shelley said he still feels like a new — and rested — man more than two weeks after completing an insomnia study at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.
Shelley, 44, and a phlebotomist at the center (he takes blood samples), was one of 20 participants with moderate to severe insomnia in the first clinical research using a technology — Brainwave Optimization™ — that helps the brain regain its balance.

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