Around a third of people will experience and suffer from some form of insomnia at some stage in their lives.

This includes problems with falling asleep, waking up during the night or even waking up earlier than anticipated in the morning. The result of this long term lack of sleep includes fatigue, irritability, lack of motivation, reduced efficiency in problem solving, lower resistance to stress, reduced immunity and weight gain.

It is very important to get a good nights sleep, in order to assist the body to repair itself and replenish energy levels. What many people don’t realise is that we need the REM (Rapid Eye Movement) phase of sleep to help us learn and improve memory. It replenishes feel good hormones such as serotonin and dopamine which help boost our mood too.

Sleep is normally disrupted by wonky thought processes. Once these are removed, it’s fairly straight forward to re-establish a natural pattern of sleep.

Hypnotherapy helps insomnia sufferers and those affected by sleep issues by addressing the underlying root cause of the anxiety creating the vicious circle of sleeplessness. This can often be caused by work, health or financial worries.

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Sleep, Insomnia & You

In general,  most sleep issues including insomnia are caused by an underlying anxiety or stress. This can be related to anything in that person’s life, such as relationships, financial worries, self-esteem issues and many other anxieties.

Nearly 30% of the population has some form of insomnia. Insomnia is nearly always underpinned by anxiety and this anxiety interrupts the normal sleep pattern. This anxiety keeps popping up in your mind as it relaxes as you attempt to sleep, which creates a vicious circle – and it is this anxiety that hypnotherapy for sleep issues & insomnia targets.

It is important to note, that sometimes this anxiety is so low level that a person may not be very aware of it and therefore believes there is no reason for the lack of sleep.

People with insomnia often believe they are genetically predisposed to insomnia. However this is NOT the case, because one of the 7 vital survival needs of any and every living organism is sleep. Sleep is a natural process required for us to function and stay alive. This  means not having it is detrimental to your existence so no one will be wired to have it!

Insomnia often co-exists with other disorders and can be the main factor in the other disorder. For instance, it is found that people with chronic sleep issues and insomnia often have a multitude of other problems as a result, such as:

  • ** Anxiety & stress
  • ** Alcohol abuse
  • ** Health problems – physical and mental
  • ** Fatigue
  • ** Depression

So, achieving a more natural sleep pattern can significantly help with problems and issues WAY BEYOND the lack of sleep itself.

Hypnotherapy for Insomnia & Sleep Issues

Each client is different. However, by using hypnotherapy we can work out where the anxiety lies and then resolve the issues at a subconscious level with ease. This should mean that a natural sleep pattern can return as you are no longer being kept awake by the underlying trigger.

Hypnotherapy is extremely effective at teaching you to relax at the appropriate times. So teaching you how to relax before sleep is a significant part of the therapy. Deep relaxation is a pre-cursor to sleep and without it sleep will elude you.

Many patterns of sleep disturbance become embedded in our subconscious mind after many months/years of unsatisfactory sleep.  By using hypnotherapy, clients will experience fast and effective changes.

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Everyone deserves to have a successful and bountiful life, achieving all they can … BUT you cannot do that if you don’t give your brain and body the Great Sleep it needs to help you get there.

In this book, not only will you find out about the science behind Great Sleep, you will be given tips on how to get Great Sleep. You will also find out what can happen if you continue depriving yourself of Great Sleep, and how to keep a sleep diary so you can track your Great Sleep to make sure you are getting enough.

Everything you need to help you to get Great Sleep is in this book, so get ready to make Great Sleep a priority … starting TONIGHT!