Poor Sleep

Please seek professional advice before considering Hypnotherapy 

 

Sleep – deprivation is becoming more and more common and is happening for a variety of reasons. The term ‘sleep hygiene’ is now frequently used and is about you creating the ideal conditions for a good night’s sleep. However, as your poor sleep habits have become so familiar, it can often take more than willpower to change them. As your head hits the pillow it can even be a cue for you to begin ruminating over problems or for you to begin thinking about the day ahead. You may have a young baby or caring responsibilities where you feel you need to be alert at a moments notice. Or have health problems affecting the amount and depth of restorative sleep you need to function well. What you may not be aware of are the many benefits that sleep provides to enable you to maintain a healthy body and mind. Sleep helps with your moods, concentration and communication skills. It works with your immune system, healing and repairing damaged cells and even affects your ability to maintain a healthy weight

 

Getting Better Sleep
Hypnotherapy can help you to retrain your mind to drift naturally and easily to that place of deep and restorative sleep?

How would you like to open your eyes and find that you can:

  • have better health and improved immune system
  • feel relaxed & happier
  • be more productive
  • have more energy
  • improve concentration
  • relieve stress & anxiety

There may be obvious reasons affecting your sleep such as financial worries, work patterns or unsolved problems. When sleeping becomes difficult, however,  it can take over your thoughts and be what is actually keeping you awake. Just one or two nights of poor sleep can make you feel:

  • fatigued
  • irritable/emotional
  • unable to focus
  • forgetful
Long standing sleep deprivation has also been linked to more serious health conditions and can:
  • increase heart rate and blood pressure
  • lead to long-term mood disorders like depression and anxiety
  • increase the risk of developing diabetes
  • increase the chance of accidents
How Hypnotherapy can work for you

Together with good sleep habits, hypnosis can help relieve the stress of sleeplessness and work with you to return your mind and body to their natural state. Dreaming is the deepest trance you can ever experience and is similar to hypnosis. Since dreaming is largely concerned with ‘clearing’ the brain of emotional arousal, hypnosis can complement this process, thereby promoting restful sleep.

 

 

Rested & Refreshed