How do you know you have insomnia?
When you think about going to bed with a great deal of reluctance because you know you are going to lie awake all night…you have a sleep disturbance.
Or you may be one of the millions who hate to get in to bed because you know you will fall asleep, but then awaken in the middle of the night (perhaps numerous times) and are unable to get back to sleep.
Often your mind relives the events of the previous day. Or you think about all the things that are going wrong in your life. You may even be thinking about all the things you have to get done in the day or days to come. Whatever your thoughts, you then start to stress over the fact that you’ve got to get to sleep and get some rest because you’ve got to get up for work soon. Making sleep even harder to come by.
When you do get up in the morning, you are positive that you haven’t slept for one second all night long. And you feel more exhausted than when you went to bed. There are as many different remedies to cure your insomnia, as there are reasons why you have the insomnia in the first place. However, it is just possible that a solution that will work for you is guided hypnosis. Regular use of guided hypnosis could bring you just the relief you need. Generally, it will always improve your sleep.
If you feel like you have tried every other trick in the book to aid in falling asleep and staying asleep, including over the counter sleep medications or highly addictive sleeping pills, you might have realized that you develop a tolerance and what once worked no longer brings relief. If you increase the medications, you simply end up with a groggy and lethargic feeling the next day. With guided hypnosis it can bring about long-lasting, safe and effective results. And the best part is, you will not have any negative side affects the next morning.
Hypnosis can effectively reduce anxiety, tension, stress and depression in our body and mind. Helping you to relax and fall deep into a sleep. With repeated use of hypnosis (through a CD you could listen to at night, or in office visits ) you could find yourself sleeping through the night and being back in control of your sleep. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to be back in control?