Following a head injury, fatigue is common, and normal sleep rhythms are often affected. Getting a true picture of sleep and fatigue can be difficult as it often relies on subjective feedback.
Physiocare uses actimetry sensors (actigraphy) to assess rest and activity cycles, providing information about sleep, daytime sleepiness and circadian rhythms in a comprehensive report.
Physiocare can provide follow up sessions for sleep management, including a cognitive behavioural therapy approach, based on this data.
Physiocare can also offer fatigue and sleep management programmes for anyone who has problems with sleep and fatigue. This includes a comprehensive assessment of sleep and circadian rhythm, lifestyle and other factors that impact on sleep before developing an individualised sleep and fatigue management programme.