Sleep Disorders

It is possible to sleep well without medication.

Are you experiencing difficulty in sleeping? Are you finding the moment your head hits the pillow your mind suddenly wants to go over every little thing you did during the day? Perhaps it’s just a busy mind and doesn’t seem to know how to slow down, even when it’s time to sleep. Are you waking up during the night and have difficulty going back to sleep? Did you work night shift and now your body clock seems to be out of sync? Perhaps your partner snores? Are you just a light sleeper? Do you feel stressed that you just can’t seem to get the sleep you need?

When your sleeping pattern is interrupted often your concentration suffers, this is caused by the synapses that connect various parts of the brain that just don’t fire. We lose the ability to think laterally and focus becomes poor. When drained enough our brain begins to shut down of its own accord, it does this to rest. These shut-downs are what are known as mico-sleeps. Most of us are aware how dangerous these micro-sleeps can be, when we are driving. Have you also noticed how they affect the quality of your work and maybe even your relationships?

Put simple we need quality sleep to function at our best. If you suffer from a sleep disorder, getting enough sleep naturally, can be a challenge. The more tired you feel, the more anxious you feel and the more difficult it can be to fall asleep. On and on the cycle goes.

Sleep is a vital part of our overall health. It allows our body to rest and restore itself. Deep sleep is when our body does some eliminating of fats and toxins, so it can even help with weight issues. Your mind also integrates the events of the day while sleeping and you may have noticed, after a good night’s sleep you awaken feeling refreshed, revitalized and life seems to flow easier. The quality of our sleep really does affect the quality of our lives.

  • Imagine lying down at the end of your day, closing your eyes and falling asleep.
  • Imagine sleeping all the way through the night/your sleep time, waking up at the right time for you, feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
  • Imagine your mind is clear and you are able to focus.
  • Imagine waking up feeling enthusiastic about your day ahead, because you have slept well.
  • Imagine you can now sleep naturally.

So How Can Hypnosis Help Sleep Disorders?

Hypnotherapy is a completely safe and natural solution to your sleep concerns. You will feel and look more alive and resilient and you will be able to deal with life’s challenges more efficiently and effectively. You will regain your passion for life and the quality of your life will be enhanced.


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