Neurocore Indicates the Relation of Mental Health and Sleep

Brain Harris recently wrote an article for Release Fact called “Neurocore Searches for the Connection Between Sleep and Mental Health” which discusses the potential impact of sleep deprivation on mental health.

America is a country full of sleep-deprived people, which is detrimental to their overall health because not getting enough sleep can lead to detrimental effects in a person’s mental and physical well-being. Studies have shown that a lack of sleep can lead to increased risk of cancer and heart disease. It can also lead to weight gain and memory issues. Lack of sleep can also cause people to feel symptoms of depression and anxiety. However, according to Neurocore, brain-training may be able to help people relieve the symptoms of sleep disorders. Learn more about Neurocore at Crunchbase.

When people do not sleep enough, the brain does not go into the sleep cycle known as REM, or Rapid Eye Movement sleep. When people enter the REM stage of the sleep cycle they are able to recall learned information with greater ease. However, people who are not getting enough sleep are not able to recall information and skills as easily. Without entering into the REM sleep cycle, a person’s brain will be impaired. The brain begins to lose its ability to store information and recall it when necessary. When a lack of sleep begins to intrude on a person’s ability to function throughout the day, it may be time to seek professional health. Companies like Neurocore provide relief to the sleep deprived. Read more about Neurocore at

Neurocore’s core brain training program uses the brain’s natural ability to become different in order to make it stronger. Neurocore uses the brain’s neuroplasticity and combines it with science-backed approaches in order to improve sleep. The brain training system uses the advanced qEEG technology to help the patient discover how their brain is functioning. By analyzing the data, Neurocore is able to help identify the source of the issue for sleeping and develop a personalized brain training program to relieve the symptoms. They use a variety of different methods to measure how the brain is functioning like the heart rate variability, the integrated auditory and visual continuous performance test, the electroencephalogram and more.