Dr. Hui (Grace) Gao LAc., TCMD
Acupuncture would help best as part of a comprehensive approach to addressing your sleep. The best approach to sleep is sleep hygiene. Sleep disruption can degrade your overall health. Acupuncture alone would not be the best avenue in your situation.
Acupuncture does increase nighttime melatonin production and total sleep time. Acupuncture along with herbs should help with your condition, yes.
Aleksandra Dianova, L.Ac.
Alexandre Hillairet, DAOM.
Acupuncture does help with sleep disorders by helping the mind and body to relax. Acupuncture also helps to release tension and stress to help you sleep deeper.
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Romi Epstein, EAMP
This is a great question. I do believe so. An acupuncture treatment will help you regular your own energy (Qi), and also balances your melatonin.
My suggestion is find an acupuncturist and start pick up your sleep ZZZ.
Good luck and have a great rest.
Huan Wen Jonathan Fang
Even with knowing your lifestyle, the practitioner can do treatments to rebalance the body's sleep clock, can help to reduce the stress in your body (work related and other stressors) and can also help you sleep more deeply. The treatments can include acupuncture, maybe herbs, and lifestyle discussions on taking breaks, how to approach sleep, dietary advice, etc.
I hope I answered your question, if not, feel free to ask another. Good luck in your health goals.