· Some people are not be able to “turn off” their thoughts and find themselves lying awake for hours before they finally drift to sleep.
· Some are able to fall quickly asleep, only to find themselves awakening during the night with their minds filled with racing thoughts. They toss and turn restlessly until the break of day.
· Others may drift in and out of sleep throughout the night, failing to get the proper rest they need, finally waking up in the morning exhausted.
Much of the time, sleep challenges are caused by the way you are thinking, as you “try” to get to sleep. You intend to get a good night’s rest, but thoughts and feelings flood your mind and keep you awake. As long as your insomnia is not caused by medical problems such as sleep apnea or clinical depression, hypnosis can help you improve your quality of sleep easily and naturally.
Sleeping is a natural process, you aren’t supposed to “try” to fall asleep – you are supposed to just do it. We are all born with a natural ability to fall asleep easily. But over time, and through repetition and reinforcement of poor sleep, our natural sleep pattern becomes disrupted. With hypnosis however you will be able to return to the more natural sleep patterns that you are meant to experience and start repeating the pattern of successful sleep.
Hypnotherapy can enable your subconscious mind to release and let go of any negative thoughts and patterns interfering with your sleep. The end result is you are returned to your natural patterns of sleep. You sleep peacefully and restfully and awaken in the morning feeling refreshed, alert and ready to take on the new day!
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