Use Hypnosis For Sleep Problems and Finally Get A Great Night Of Sleep!

callnowredIt has been estimated that over 150 million people in the world have problems with sleep.

Chronic insomnia can be detrimental to every aspect of your life. Your relationships can suffer because you are tired and irritable. Your work can suffer because it is difficult to focus and get your work done efficiently and effectively. And your health suffers because your body is simply not getting the rest it needs to keep your cells and organs healthy and revitalized.

There are various types of insomnia. For some people, the primary problem is falling asleep at night. You can probably think of many times when you have gone to bed and your mind was busy with worrisome or anxious thoughts, processing a conflict that occurred, or thinking about everything you need to do the next day.

It is very hard to relax and go to sleep when your brain won’t shut off.  Other people go to sleep but wake up during the night, often several times, and eventually go back to sleep. Yet others will fall asleep and sleep for a few hours, only to find themselves waking unusually early and not fully rested, and unable to go back to sleep.

If you’re one of those people our hypnotic process could be the answer for you.

My guess is that, if you have had sleep problems for any length of time, you have tried EVERYTHING to try to go and stay asleep.  You may have resorted to using prescribed drugs for sleep and, while they may put you to sleep very well – at first – most people quickly build up a tolerance for them and have to take another one in the middle of the night to go back to sleep.  This is dangerous!

Some of the most common side-effects include (but are not limited to) hallucinations, problems with memory, excessive daytime tiredness, sleepwalking, and engaging in other behaviors such as eating and even driving while not fully awake and alert.

Even more shocking and disturbing is a study which was conducted by Scripps Clinic where researchers linked prescription sleep medications to a 4.6 times higher risk of death and a significant increase in cancer cases among regular pill users.

Even “natural” remedies such as the hormone melatonin can be dangerous.  Some of the “milder” side-effects of melatonin can be grogginess, sleepiness, headaches, and dizziness.  Other less common melatonin side-effects might include abdominal discomfort, anxiety, irritability, confusion, and even feelings of depression.   In addition, melatonin supplements can interact with various medications, including: blood-thinning medications, diabetes medications, medications that suppress the immune system, as well as birth-control pills.

Well there IS an answer to your sleep disturbances that truly works!  In order to sleep, we need to slow down our brain waves.

The Effects of Hypnosis on Sleep

Hypnosis creates a trance-like state of mind allowing you to experience the slowing of your brain waves and deep relaxation.  Hypnosis improves sleep by helping you learn how to redirect your attention away from thoughts that produce anxiety to thoughts that promote relaxation.

Because of its ability to increase responsiveness, hypnosis can also be used to alter behaviors and reactions that could be contributing to chronic health problems such as insomnia and other sleep disorders.

Not only will hypnosis help you become more aware of those patterns in your thinking that cause you to be awake at night, we will teach you self-hypnosis techniques! These are the same hypnosis for sleep techniques that so many others have found successful!  Start becoming more relaxed and ready for that solid and restful sleep now by calling us at 425-457-7777.

Hypnosis for sleep works!

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