The simple answer is YES hypnosis can be very effective in dealing with sleep problems!
Sleep is an essential component of the body restoring and self-healing process. Sleep can be divided into two categories which are REM (Rapid eye movement) and NREM (non-rapid eye movement). During a non-REM phase of sleep, your body is rebuilding itself, regenerating tissues, building muscles and bones and also strengthening its immune system.
There are different types of sleep disorders that include: insomnia, excessive sleep, nightmares, etc. It is always advisable to consult your GP about a possible course of your sleep problems.
Hypnotherapy can be very effective in treating sleeping disorders. It can help you to feel calmer and relaxed by inducing a deep stage of relaxation. It is very evident that stress and anxiety can have a negative impact on your sleep.
Hypnotherapy with its different techniques can help you to change some behavioural patterns that are preventing you from having a good night sleep.
These may include eating very late at night. Some people like to work late hours and then find it impossible to relax because their brains are too active. Using too much caffeine and other stimulants may also have an adverse impact on your sleep.
With hypnotherapy, by using the power of your imagination, you will be able to create new behaviours. By putting these into practice, you can improve your daily routine and consequently your sleep.
You may also want to include a bit of exercise in your routine which will also promote and help your physical and mental relaxation.
Your hypnotherapist may also give you a CD to reinforce the effect of the therapy. Finally, your hypnotherapist can teach you self-hypnosis as one of the relaxation techniques.
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