If you are having trouble getting to sleep or sleeping through the night, if you wake up too early or have a hard time waking up at all, or if you are feeling fatigued during the day, you may be experiencing a sleep disorder or insomnia.
Insomnia is a problem if it’s recurring and is affecting your daytime activities. Insomnia can be caused by:
Most adults need about eight hours of sleep every night to feel rested. But some adults are able to feel refreshed after only six or seven hours of sleep.
Sleeping problems, if not treated could lead to:
Your concentration, reasoning, problem solving and ability to learn is impeded if sleeping disorder is not immediately dealt with.
Heart disease, heart attack, heart failure, high blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, diabetes and stroke are just some of the detrimental effects of sleep deprivation.
One of the main causes of road accidents is lack of sleep. Sleep loss is a big public safety hazard every day on the road as much as drunk driving. If you’re tired due to lack of sleep, your reaction time slows down. If not treated soon, your sleep disorder may cause great risks to yourself and to other people as well, not only on the road, but also at work where your attention is needed.
Hypnotherapy will help you take control and train your mind into relaxing, easing out tension in the muscles, that lets you sleep in minutes. Whilst hypnotized, the subconscious becomes more open to positive suggestions that let you know you CAN sleep easily and naturally.
I will teach you new and natural ways to fall asleep using relaxation exercises and techniques. First, you will learn to relax physically, then, you will learn to relax mentally.
With your capability to relax and the knowledge that you can become less tense, your sleeping problems will be corrected, anxiety and stress is lowered and you get to sleep with no trouble at all.