Is the night your friend?
You know it’s a problem every night – it happens to you, but no one has identified the experience, no one has offered help.
You have interrupted sleep and professionals have nothing to offer.
Sleeping pills create more problems, and you don’t want to go that way.
Interrupted sleep starts after a few hours of sleep and then two or even three times a night you awaken and you walk the floor, raid the refrigerator or just lay there.
It’s not sleep apnea, the “snoring disorder”, or you might think it is your mattress, but it’s not.
It happens almost every night and your mornings, even most of your day is ruined because you have been robbed of the sleep you need.
Dr. Hal Stecker, a Fairless Hills psychologist with more than 25 years’ experience, found a solution which often resolves the problem within two meetings.
You may still wake up but you will return to the dream state within 10 to 20 minutes. Some people who have high anxiety or depression have interrupted sleep but people without emotional or mental problems also have interrupted sleep.
The Sleep Foundation does not address interrupted sleep. Dr. Stecker does.
He is a licensed psychologist, does not rely on drugs or long-term counseling. He helps you get better right away.
Dr. Stecker knows and has treated people with many problems besides interrupted sleep, but when he helps with the sleep problem, other problems become less severe.
Dr. Stecker’s office is in the Oxford Valley Crossing Professional Offices, 333 N. Oxford Valley Road, Unit 105.
Call him at 267-566-2419. He is a senior citizen, ex-military, and with him there is usually no co-pay.
Initial consultation is free for all.
PHOTO CAP: Dr. Hal Stecker