You lie in bed and close your eyes – but your mind is working overtime. A thought pops into your head and before it disappears another has taken its place. Time passes and you roll from one side to another. You know that you need your rest, that you are not getting it, and you become anxious that you won’t sleep enough tonight to wake up refreshed the next day….
Does this scenario sound familiar?
Insomnia is a very common sleep problem for adults and can impair functionality during the course of the day. Hypnosis is a natural and effective way towards ensuring a better night’s sleep and helping you live a more fulfilling life.
It is time for you to enjoy a deep sleep.
How Can Hypnosis Help?
Hypnosis can help you to program your subconscious mind to take over its natural ability to regulate and control your breathing even in the deepest of sleep. We use hypnotic suggestions for a more alertness to the need to breath and also for the muscles around the back of the throat to not be quite so loose to be obstructing the airway. Also, when one takes off some weight, it can be useful to lessening the amount of airway obstruction that is going on.
Please note: this session is intended for relaxation purposes only. It is not a medical or therapeutic device and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any medical condition or disease.
All of these ways of treating insomnia can be very effective at keeping this sleep disorder at bay. Knowing how to get rid of insomnia is half the battle; the other half lies in carrying out methods of treatment so that you can rest easy. Making some slight changes shouldn’t be too difficult for you.
Let go of the problems and events of the day and know that there is nothing you can do then that cannot be done in the morning. Through self-hypnosis you can easily create new daily habits and find the results worth it.
How Can We Help?
If any of these problems or situations apply to you, then hypnosis and hypnotherapy can help you in changing your sleeping pattern.
Our Hypnosis CD “Deep Sleep” will help you drift into profound deep sleep.
Finding out how to get rid of insomnia will have a profound effect on your life. You won’t have to suffer through any more nights of tossing and turning while trying to get to sleep. You won’t have to put up with feelings of drowsiness or grogginess the next day.
Insomnia can take its toll on you the longer you let it go untreated. Fortunately, there are tons of ways for you to help yourself fall asleep faster and stay sleeping until morning.
One important step to follow is to stick to a set routine as much as possible.
Go to bed around the same time each night and wake up around the same time every morning. If you work during the week, you might be tempted to stay up later and sleep in on the weekend, but this can seriously disrupt your body’s sleep cycle. Establish a pattern that will make it easier for you to get the rest you need.
Whatever your sleeping pattern may be, it has a particular cause. In order to learn how to fall asleep at bedtime, you need to identify the cause of sleeplessness.
- Medical conditions
- Consume too many stimulants
- Exercised your body or mind too hard to shut down
- You mentally associate bed with activity
- You don’t feel safe
- Other noise factors
If you just can’t seem to fall asleep, then you won’t be very effective at learning how to get rid of insomnia just by staying in bed and getting frustrated about it. In fact, this will have the opposite effect, making it increasingly difficult for you to fall asleep the more you try to.
Are you still thinking about that annoying coworker, what to eat for tomorrow night’s dinner or money issues before shutting your eyes at night? Is it preventing you from getting sleep? If so, you may be in need of a few secrets that will help you shut your brain off to sleep. After all, staying awake worrying isn’t going to help you deal with them in the morning. In fact, it will harm your ability to do so.
- Give yourself permission to rest while awake
- Replace negative thought patterns with a positive
- Relate night time to sleep time not fix time
- Meditate and learn to breathe
Everyone knows how to breathe, right? Sure they do, but do they know how to breathe properly to calm their minds and bodies?
- Before going to bed, you find a relaxing atmosphere. Perhaps you enjoy candlelight and the color scheme of your living room. You can either lie down in your living room or sit in a comfortable chair and light a candle. It’s important to be relaxed in order to get the best results.
- Now take a few deep breaths, close your eyes and try to push all of the clambering thoughts from your mind. Take a deep breath through your nose. You want to do this slowly, while concentrating on your body, and once your lungs are full of air, release it slowly through your mouth.
- Now set a rhythm, and you will hopefully fall into a light meditative state. Using this technique before bed has helped a great number of people relax and get a better night’s sleep. Yoga, which teaches this sort of breathing, while tiring your body out at the same time, can be a huge benefit for people who have trouble sleeping at night.
Other activities to incorporate into your daily life may help sooth your mind into a healthy night’s sleep.
We at HealWithin know exactly how to relax your body so that you can go home rested. You may call to schedule your next massage today
Sleep Apnea is a condition whereby your body stops breathing during your sleep.
You may not even be aware of it – until you wake up several times in the night and wonder why you woke up. These arousal’s may be causing you sleep deprivation due to the repetitive disruption and recovery of sleep activity – not to mention the worry about stopping breathing altogether.