Is there a natural cure for chronic insomnia? I know you’re tired of restless and sleepless nights. You might be wondering: is there a quick way to cure insomnia?
Not being able to ever get a good night’s sleep can be very frustrating. While some of us lose sleep on certain nights, those who suffer from chronic insomnia lose sleep almost every day!
Sleep deprivation can actually be very bad for both your physical and mental health. Studies show that losing sleep decreases lifespan! Lack of sleep is also a cause of many chronic diseases in older people.
While some people deliberately choose to sleep less, others wish they could sleep more. Insomnia is a real problem.
People who struggle with insomnia should realize that a natural cure is closer than they think. There are many tips on the internet for naturally curing insomnia. But if all of them fail, there is always one natural remedy aimed at addressing the root cause.
What Causes Insomnia?
Insomnia can be caused by many different things. There are different kinds of insomnia.
Short-term insomnia may be the result of an illness, or pain from an injury, anxiety over a recent or upcoming event (a job interview perhaps), or even just from having eaten dinner a little too late in the evening.
This type of sleeplessness is occasional and usually resolves itself within a night or two.
Long-term insomnia is quite a different matter. A difficulty in falling – or staying asleep – that lasts for more than a week is usually classified as long-term insomnia and once it has taken hold it can be difficult to remedy.
Those who suffer from chronic insomnia get anxious when they try to fall asleep. Sufferers unconsciously condition their own minds to expect that falling asleep will be a struggle and so it very often is.
And the more nights a person struggles to sleep, the more anxious they become at bedtime. This sets up a vicious cycle that no amount of sheep counting or herbal remedies – or even over-the-counter sleep aids – can overcome.
Hypnosis in Medieval Times: All About the Chickens
In Europe, hypnosis took an odd turn in the Medieval era. It became a popular way for farmers to get more from their hens.
How? Farmers across Britain and Europe claim that hypnotizing their laying hens helps them lay better. The hypnotized hens also avoid ‘bad behaviors’ like sitting on other hens’ eggs and pecking aggressively.
Hypnosis Insomnia and Sleep
Today, hypnosis is far more accessible and widely accepted among mainstream patients than it once was. However, there are still many things that people don’t understand about hypnosis.
They often think, for example, that a hypnotized person has been ‘put to sleep’, but that is not the case. During hypnotherapy sessions, you remain aware and conscious. The mind is simply provided with a framework to help it “turn off” and allow it – and the body that houses it – to reach a relaxed state.
Just the right state to promote sleep.
Sleep hypnosis can do more than just help end insomnia. It can also promote a better night’s sleep in general. The most restorative sleep – the stuff we all need to remain healthy – occurs during non-REM, or deep sleep.
A hypnosis session for sleep management can be very helpful in promoting more of this kind of essential sleep too.
Does Sleep Hypnosis Really Work?
The one thing most people want to know before they try it of course is does sleep hypnosis really work? Research suggests that yes, it does.
Numerous studies have been conducted in several different countries – including the US – that have demonstrated that hypnosis can have a positive impact on long-term insomnia, nightmares and night terrors, and even sleepwalking. So at the very least if you suffer from insomnia it is certainly worth trying.
You Deserve This!
Imagine waking up after a good night’s rest. Imagine going through your day not tired the whole time. What do you have to lose? Nothing at all!
That’s the beauty of hypnosis. When you have tried the other options and they have not given you the desired result, it’s time to think outside the box and try it. The professionals at Freedom Hypnosis care about your well-being. They recognize the importance of restful sleep for productivity, energy, memory improvement, strengthened immunity, and satisfaction in daily life. For more information or questions, please visit freedomhypnosisnyc.com; call (917) 300.1809; or email Craig at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And during these unprecedented times due to Covid-19, you can enjoy online hypnosis sessions right from the comfort of your homes. Get in touch with us for a free strategy session to know if hypnosis is right for you.