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Hypnosis for Better Sleep

Posted on March 26, 2013

Hypnosis for Better Sleep

As I mentioned a couple months ago, I hear from so many clients dealing with debilitating insomnia, and I’ve been wanting to share about hypnosis for better sleep.

According to the NIH, at least 40 million Americans annually suffer from chronic, long-term sleep disorders, and an additional 20 million experience occasional insomnia. If you have trouble getting to sleep or staying asleep, read below to find out how hypnosis can help.

You are getting sleepier, and sleepier….

Ok, that’s not exactly how it works (though making suggestions to your unconscious mind about how you want to feel is part of the story). But getting to sleep with hypnosis is more about active ways for you to feel more in control of your thoughts and how you feel in your body.

Not only does hypnosis relax you by helping your mind and body shift into parasympathetic mode (vs. sympathetic, fight-or-flight mode), but you’ll learn a valuable sleep hypnosis protocol.

This sleep protocol has interchangeable parts, because everyone is different and has specific issues about getting to sleep. You’ll be able to mix and match and create the perfect protocol customized just for you. Specifically, you’ll learn:

  • how to deal with anxiety surrounding the fear of not getting to sleep or being able to stay asleep
  • how to work with the neuroplasticity of the brain, and retrain your brain and body to overcome insomnia and sleep better
  • 5 techniques to help you get to sleep easily (as well as deal with stress throughout the day)
  • a self-hypnosis technique that may just provide you with magical dreams all night long (this is a client favorite!)

 

Want to really layer it up? Combine hypnosis with Reiki for an extra good night sleep!

Here’s what one client says:
I feel so much better since our last session, it’s amazing how fast you can see results! I didn’t need to take anything to help me sleep last night (that’s a first for as long as I can remember) and the techniques were so helpful and easy to use. I did wake up once to go to the bathroom, but didn’t toss and turn like I usually do, and was able to fall back asleep easily. I actually feel rested and relaxed today, which is quite a miracle. Thank you!–Joanne L.

Ready to sleep? Book a hypnosis session.

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