Insomnia and other sleep disorders can be very frustrating to experience. You may feel exhausted and want nothing more than to fall and stay asleep, but for some reason, you’re unable to. While some people turn to sleeping pills in order to treat their sleep disorders, drugs can lead to a series of short- and long-term side effects. They can affect your appetite, cause headaches, and eventually lead to dependency. Instead of looking to sleeping pills to treat your restless nights, consider neurofeedback, a non-invasive, drug-free technique that harnesses the brain’s own resources to improve sleep patterns and other issues. Check out this infographic from a sleep disorder center in Maryland to learn more about the risks of sleeping pills and your alternatives for treatment. Please share with your friends and family, and finally get a good night’s rest.