We all know that sleep is essential to all aspects of daily life.  Getting a good night’s sleep is not only important for functioning well at work but keeping fit and healthy too.   Long term sleep difficulties have been linked to an increased risk of diabetes, depression, memory problems, obesity, and many other health problems.

But despite its importance in our daily lives, millions of Americans fail to get the 7-8 hours’ sleep our bodies need each night. According to the Institute of Medicine, an estimated 50-70 million US adults have some form of sleep disorder, and as many of us continue to live ever busier lifestyles. The problem is only increasing.

Have you tried everything, but nothing seems to work?

If you are one of the millions of Americans who struggle to get a good night’s sleep, you might have tried all sorts of techniques, pills and relaxation music without success.

Although these can help some people in the short term, they fail to address the psychological aspects associated with your sleep problem.


How does Hypnosis Work for Sleep Problems?

Hypnosis is an alternative solution which has proven effective for millions of people worldwide.

Unlike sleep pills, relaxing music or other “short term fixes”, hypnosis helps to change your attitude towards sleep.  Without realizing it, many people find it difficult to sleep because they truly believe that they won’t sleep, something that can’t be changed with any short term sleep pill.

Hypnosis helps to address the way you think about sleeping, encouraging your brain into a more relaxed state ready for sleep.  For many people, their inability to sleep is caused by other behaviors such as addiction to alcohol, technology or thinking about tasks that need to be done!   This is what makes hypnosis for sleep so effective.

Hypnosis is a natural state of relaxation, where we are more focused and more attentive to the hypnotist’s suggestions.  This allows the hypnotist to help train our brain to change the way we think about sleep, as well as addressing the emotional factors that contribute towards our inability to sleep.  For many people, a few sessions may be needed to reinforce these new behaviors. Once you have learned the techniques you will be able to relax your mind before sleep. There are thousands of case studies of people who have regained their sleep with hypnosis.

An experienced sleep hypnotist can help reinforce the fact that you can and will regain your sleep, putting an end to the restless nights and constant fatigue you have been suffering from.

Hypnosis is a recognized technique that is proven to help people regain their sleep for good.  If you find it difficult to sleep or suffer from insomnia, hypnosis could be the answer you are looking for.

Kathy Lindert is a certified NJ hypnotist who has helped hundreds of people to change their lives with hypnosis.  For more information visit her website or call 704-769-3400.