Win the battle with Insomnia with Hypnotherapy

According to Kelly Glazer Baron, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist, and behavioral sleep medicine specialist at Northwestern University in Chicago, “Women are twice as likely as men to get insomnia. When we sleep, we actually sleep better than men, but we wake up more often.”

Insomnia brings two common experiences, where you are either unable to get to sleep or to maintain sleep. When either or both of these conditions become chronic, they can easily affect our ability to cope and our overall capacity to effectively function in our social, professional and personal actions.

Artio Tuteja overcome insomnia battle with hypnotherapy

Insomnia, if not cured, can damage lives. Suzanne Greenwood, 43-year-old chose to end her life after fighting with Insomnia for decades. She had become addicted to sleeping tablets after secretly buying them in huge batches from India and Hong Kong.

KIM Cattrall, The Sex, And The City star had also opened up about her struggle with sleeplessness which made her draw out of a West End play last year. She said, “I didn’t understand the debilitating consequence of having Insomnia. It becomes a tsunami. I was in a void.”

Arti Tuteja How to overcome insomnia

“Insomnia relief takes effort. Hypnosis will help.”

There are four stages of sleep:
• Thinking
• Fantasy
• Hypnoidal
• Unconscious Sleep

People who have insomnia face difficulty in shifting from thinking to fantasy, or stay in the thinking stage for way too long; generally, because the person is worried about something or doesn’t know how to control their own mind.

Hypnotherapy for insomnia can catch any potential causes and help you relax and drop off to sleep. For instance, if anxiety or depression is the source of your insomnia, hypnosis for sleep will help. Overcoming these issues may then help to improve your sleeping pattern.

Chris, who was suffering from Insomnia for almost a year, where he was unable to maintain his sleep, used Hypnotherapy to overcome the battle. He says “This was the first time I had ever been hypnotized, and it was one of the most amazing experiences of my entire life. Euphoric. I felt as if I was floating above my bed, and the sense of relaxation was so incredible and overwhelming that I laughed hysterically. It was liberating. It was magical. It was empowering. It was everything at once and all of it good. There is no way I can adequately describe what happened to me that day.”

With hypnotherapy, you will learn to ride into the sleep because relaxation occurs when there is an absence of tension in the muscles. If insomnia is due to unresolved emotional issues, it will reveal itself in hypnosis and can be easily eliminated. It relaxes the conscious mind and teaches relaxation techniques to your subliminal for peaceful sleep.

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