Sleeping well is a necessity - 6-8 hours is the suggested amount that we need to allow us to function properly. Every now and then, we can lose a night’s sleep but it can take a while to recover from it, but chronic sleep deprivation isn't so easy to get over. Trouble sleeping affects the sleep of millions around the globe. The worst part of this condition would be that frequently there is no distinct reason for the sleep loss itself. Your bed feels good, it's tranquil, you’re cosy and warm and you don’t really feel anxious, but for some reason you simply are unable to rest. A hypnotic approach for sleep problems helps you get some necessary sleep.
So What is insomnia ?
Insomnia is essentially not getting adequate or any sleep when we have sufficient possibility to do so. Where we usually do not feel rejuvenated or restored because we just haven’t had a chance to rest. You may be experiencing lack of sleep if: everyday life is difficult given that you are tired, you're feeling down and you find it not easy to focus, you are experiencing disturbed or unsettled sleep, you are waking up early in the morning or you find it difficult to get to sleep or sleep at all. The reason a person has insomnia is as a rule very simple. Major reasons behind the condition are stress and panic. The reason these factors affect us so much pertaining to sleep is because they manifest themselves in both our conscious and subconscious mind, so that's two levels of our mind to battle with when we are trying to sleep. Consciously, many people may have experienced a restless mind when attempting to sleep occasionally, where the problems of that day continue to buzz and spin around in your thoughts showing no indication of leaving. Many people fall asleep through pure mental exhaustion. Over a long period of time, anxiety can get through to the deepest portions of our mind. Some individuals begin getting anxiety attacks part way through the night with no knowledge of what they are experiencing. In some instances emotional stress is absorbed by the mind without us realising it, until we endure insomnia type symptoms in the future. When we become aware that we are having difficulty sleeping, we can generate a fear of it taking place and so a vicious circle is formed. When we don’t know how to fix these factors we can feel helpless, lonely and distressed. Even if practising renowned methods, such as ‘leaving worries aside’ before bed by writing them on a notepad or telling your other half what you are thinking about, we are only dealing with the forefront of our mind - the conscious. This means that the largest section of the mind - the subconscious isn't dealt with and so the symptoms may continue even with your best efforts.
Hypnosis for insomnia helps you find the underlying issues creating the condition and
enables you to contend with them. Hypnotherapy empowers you, providing you accessibility to the most powerful part of your mind, dealing with the problems within and ultimately reprogramming it to work with you, and not against you.