You Can Beat Your Insomnia NOW!

Welcome to the website of Dr. Harold Stecker,
a licensed clinical psychologist and eminent clinical authority on CES therapy.
CES therapy is registered and regulated by the U.S. FDA (Food & Drug Administration) for relief from the stress-related conditions of insomnia, anxiety and depression.
On this site you’ll learn about CES: what it is, the science behind it, and clinical studies that confirm the results and benefits that CES Ultra can provide to you.
CES Ultra is the affordably priced, non-narcotic and non-surgical therapy demonstrated to help calm your stress or anxiety and regain the restorative sleep your body and mind need to function in a clear and healthy state.


Call to schedule a complementary treatment consultation with Dr. Harold Stecker, a licensed clinical psychologist and eminent clinical authority on CES therapy. Call Dr. Stecker today at 1-267-566-2419.

You & Your Insomnia

Do you have trouble falling asleep and staying asleep?
Do you toss and turn, waking several times during the night?
Do you wake more tired than when you went to bed?
Does sleep medication fail to give you a restorative sleep and leave you feeling drowsy or sluggish the following day?

Presently more than 40 million people in the United States suffer from chronic insomnia, and an additional 20 million suffer from occasional insomnia.

Dr. Harold Stecker, a a licensed clinical psychologist and eminent clinical authority on CES therapy is currently offering a complementary treatment consultation to discuss your level of insomnia and the most effective course of CES treatment for your relief. No hidden fees, no co-pays. Call Dr. Stecker at 267-566-2419 today.

Insomnia may lead to more than “just sleeplessness”

Insomnia may become more than just frustrating, it can also contribute to more serious health issues and a decline in your general wellness.
Restful and restorative sleep is a critical to your ability to maintain good health. Lack of regular, restorative sleep may contribute to an increased risk of heart disease, stroke, obesity, diabetes, depression, and compromised effectiveness of the immune system.


In the search for sleep, patients have turned to prescription medications at an alarming  rate:

The number of prescriptions for sleep medications grew five times faster than the growth of insomnia diagnoses during the same period.

Between 2006 - 2011, U.S. sleeping pill prescriptions increased from 47 million to 60 million.


Concerns with prescription sleep medications are real:

  • Prescription sleep medications are a temporary means of addressing sleep disorder, focused on the symptom rather than the underlying cause of the disorder.
  • Diminishing effectiveness over time may require an increase in dosage to achieve the same relief, or the physician may choose to move the patient to a stronger medication.
  • Increased dosages, or stronger narcotic medications, may introduce the risk of drug dependence, drug abuse (by patients, family members or caregivers), or addiction.
  • SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) reported the number of Emergency Room visits related to prescription sleep medications nearly doubled from 2006 - 2010.
  • Medication side effects are often difficult for many patients to tolerate, leading to reduced dosages and compromised effectiveness, or entirely new medications. In some cases, patients choose to accept a level of discomfort in hope of relief.
  • Costs associated with long-term treatment for chronic insomnia may face challenges by health insurance providers.

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