Learn How To Sleep Better With Hypnosis

1 December, 2012

If you suffer from sleeping problems and insomnia, you may want to consider hypnosis.

Despite the myths surrounding the technique, which often originate with stage tricksters rather than authentic therapeutic practitioners, hypnosis is a genuine, safe and non-habit forming alternative to other sleep remedies.

As with other sleep remedies, if you have any doubts about the suitability of using sleep hypnosis to combat insomnia you should visit your doctor first and ask his opinion, especially if there may be an underlying medical condition causing your sleep challenges.

But if you are happy to give it a try, there are qualified hypnotherapists in every major town and city.  A consultation can help you to get to the heart of the things that are bothering you most (and may be at the root of your sleeplessness).   It could well result in ridding you of all sorts of addictions and other psychological issues.  Sleep Hypnosis for sleeping problems can be very effective for teaching the mind to let go of the world and allow the body to get the rest it needs.

According to hypnotherapist Jim Katsoulis Jim Katsoulis, “Hypnosis is not unlike sleep. In fact, hypnosis [causes you to enter] a mental state known as Alpha. You pass through this state naturally as you fall asleep and wake up.

You are also in an Alpha state 75% of the time when you are watching television. Hypnosis is far from unnatural or mythical; it is a natural state of mind for you to be in part of the time. During this state, the mind is more suggestible than when you are fully awake and alert. If you are hearing positive messages during this suggestible state, your mind will hold on to positive thoughts”.

Watch Jim’s video at the top of this post.

A professional hypnotherapist can address negative thoughts during a hypnosis session, allowing you to be more relaxed  and often resulting in more restful sleep.

When selecting a hypnotherapist, ensure that he or she is a member of one of the major governing bodies such as The General Hypnotherapy Register or The American Board of Hypnotherapy.

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