Use Hypnosis to help you Sleep
Imagine sleeping soundly through the night, every night.
Sleep is essential to good health. If you aren’t getting enough sleep, you are probably tired and irritable during the day. Approximately 30% of adults have symptoms of insomnia. Insomnia can affect many different areas of your life and it can drastically affect your mood, causing you to be irritable with the people around you. In addition, it saps your energy and reduces your ability to function throughout the next day. Your brain may have that “foggy” feeling, and you may feel like you aren’t fully present as you go through your day. Insomnia can be caused by an inability to relax, and it can take several different forms. Some people toss and turn, unable to fall asleep, while others keep waking up throughout the night. Either way, if you don’t sleep well, you know the toll that it takes on your health and energy. And the harder you try to fall asleep, the more anxious you will become, making it even less likely that you will be able to fall asleep or stay asleep.
There are a number of treatments for insomnia. Perhaps you have tried herbal remedies, warm milk or prescription medications without much luck. Some people resort to having a glass of wine before bed, a habit which has obvious consequences of its own. Medications also have side effects and can be habit-forming. So what else can you do to get a good night’s sleep?
If you have tried everything and still can’t sleep, and want to avoid medications, hypnosis may be the sleep aid you are looking for. With hypnosis, you can learn gentle suggestions to help you relax and fall asleep. A Hypnosis MP3 can give you suggestions for relaxing and unwinding at the end of the day. It can lull you into a deep, restful sleep andhelp you release the cares of the day so you can sleep soundly. The best thing about it is; it is drug free and a natural remedy for sleeplessness.
If you combine hypnotherapy with good sleeping habits such as the ones listed below you will find that insomnia will no longer be a problem.
Use the bedroom only for sleeping
Avoid caffeine and stimulants at night
Make sure that the room you sleep in is totally dark
Exercise regularly but avoid exercising within three or four hours before you go to bed.
Don't eat a heavy meal close to bedtime.
Keep the temperature in your bedroom cool, but not cold.
Be sure your mattress is comfortable.
"Turn off your mind" at bedtime remind yourself that you can think about these things tomorrow.
Don't go to bed until you're sleepy.
Don’t take naps
Listen to your Sleep well MP3 with hypnotic suggestions for sleeping
Before resorting to medications try some natural remedies from the health food store
Listen to quiet music