In this profit and success driven world, mental illnesses and Sleep Disorders have become a growing problem. At least 30% of adults have experienced sleep problems. Most people live their days taking stress for granted, as if it’s part of daily life, but it can cause an array of health problems.
It’s important not to overlook sleep issues and hope they’ll go away. Although most people have had at least one night’s experience of sleeplessness, there are some who experience Chronic insomnia. Spending nights spent tossing, turning and lying awake with spiraling thoughts can have a damaging effect on a person’s frame of mind. irritability in the day, fogginess and fatigue are common symptoms. Sleep problems can affect the quality of day to day life, such as work and relationships.
Common causes of sleeplessness include excessive anxiety and stress. Sleep can be disturbed by excessive worry and anxiousness. Many individuals find it difficult to turn their minds off at night time and they spend countless hours thinking consciously. Worrying and thinking at night time only enforces bad sleep habits which can take time to reverse. A part of getting sleep back on track is by practicing positive sleep habits.
Everyone has the natural capability to fall asleep, but falling asleep is not done consciously. When you go to sleep at night it’s the subconscious that triggers sleep. Sleep sufferers may spend nights doing everything they can possibly think of to get to sleep. But they will still fail as long as their subconscious mind holds feelings of anxiety and negative beliefs.
Self hypnotherapy can help a person break out of this negative cycle. The subconscious can be reprogrammed with new positive behaviors and habits which can help to restore the natural sleep cycle. Through hypnosis, the mind absorbs positive suggestions and changes in a subconscious level.
Like meditation, the practice of self hypnotherapy can be deeply relaxing physically. To relax the mind can be more tricky for some individuals, but with practice it will come. By using self-hypnosis to relax deeply mentally and physically, the unconscious mind can begin to absorb positive sleep suggestions.
The more you practice the more you will become adept at letting go of troubling thoughts and relaxing the body. You will soon notice that your mood and energy levels improve, which will boost your self esteem and motivation to continue your goal in beating insomnia. Don’t worry about being stuck in a trance, this only happens in films, with self hypnosis you remain in total control and can easily stop at anytime. In fact Hypnosis has been approved as an effective therapeutic tool by The British Medical Association.
Regular practice of self-hypnotherapy will promote a positive sleep thoughts and help you return to your natural sleep cycle. What is more, hypnotherapy can counter negative sleep habits, thoughts and behaviors that can disrupt sleep. When you connect with the unconscious with hypnotherapy you can alter certain, habits, behaviors and even beliefs.
People who use hypnotherapy, find it a powerful and life changing tool. You can apply it to any area of your Health And Life, for success, growth, confidence and even happiness. Hypnosis is a safe and natural self-healing practice that can benefit us all.