Sleeping problems affect all aspects of your life
A good night’s sleep makes all the difference. Doctors recommend 8 hours of sleep each night to feel truly rested and for good decision-making. In a poll on stress in America, a study by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Harvard School of Public Health reports those who reported experiencing a great amount of stress in the previous month also said they had trouble sleeping.
• Have a significant impact on how you feel and function
• Cause relationships to suffer because you are tired and irritable
• Cause your work to suffer because it is difficult to focus and be efficient
• Cause your health to suffer because your body is simply not getting the rest it needs to keep your cells and organs healthy and revitalized
Stress from life follows you into bed and keeps you up
All adults, whether stressed or not stressed, typically wake up multiple times in a night, each time very briefly. Scientists call these moments “mini-arousals.” Unstressed people go right back into deep sleep in a matter of two or three seconds. But people who report feeling lots of stress have mini-awakenings that last much longer — sometimes many minutes longer.
Hypnosis is proven more effective than other therapies
Hypnosis is a much more effective, not to mention safer, alternative. Hypnosis has zero side effects compared to medications which can be addictive. We will work together to introduce positive affirming statements about sleep, reaching your subconscious mind, which will help bring about the desired changes in your sleep.
In a study in American Health Magazine, hypnosis and hypnotherapy have a 93% success rate compared with lower results from other methods of therapy which require far more sessions. Click here to learn more about hypnosis and its high success rate.
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• Source: Skimping on sleep can stress the body and brain, NPR News