Getting to the heart of the real issue behind insomnia
Insomnia can be a result of stress, undue worry or concern over the difficulties of living, or the result of repression (a mental defence mechanism) or even unresolved emotional trauma. Sometimes it may be due to extenuating circumstances in life at this point in time.
The accumulation of our life's experience can affect us without us even knowing. The state of being unaware of these accumulated experiences may be a contributing, if not a major, cause of insomnia.
Hypnotherapy can help with getting to sleep by:
Re-educating your mind to expect to enjoy a good night's sleep
Relaxation techniques to help your mind and body slow down at the end of the each day. Sleeping becomes easier in this state.
Help learn techniques to remove some of the noise from a racing mind.
Help understand the causes of insomnia and sleeping problems.
Generally, sleep problems fall into two categories. The first, simply not being able to fall asleep at night. The second involves waking up at an inconveniently early hour and not being able to fall asleep again. Learning effective self-hypnosis skills can help significantly improve sleep patterns and help with indirect effects of insomnia and sleep problems such as daytime anxiety and bruxism (teeth grinding during the night).
It is recommend that you make use of the additional information you will be given as a part of your therapy and take the time and effort necessary to become skilful at this!
The moments before sleep are scientifically measurable as 'hypnotic'. If you can learn to achieve this comfortable, day dreamy state at will, you will become a sleep expert.
Imagine the benefits this will bring to your daily life - more energy and enthusiasm, better health, confidence and motivation.
Chronic insomnia and sleep disorders
Many people experience a bad night's sleep for various reasons, commonly because they have something on their mind. However, if you’re sleeping problems continue for more than several days at a time, you should see your doctor to check that your sleeplessness isn't a more serious condition requiring medical treatment?
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