Thomas Dekker; English dramatist (1572 – 1632)
I Love To Sleep, I Look Forward To Bedtime. Do You?
We have all had the occasional restless night where we have tossed and turned and found it hard to drift off into peaceful slumber or perhaps an odd occasion when we are disturbed in the middle of the night and we can’t get back to sleep. It feels absolutely awful the following day. You feel totally wreaked as if your body and mind are closing down and all you want to do is close your eyes……
I really love my bed so I have the utmost sympathy for those clients who suffer from ongoing sleep disorder.
Is Insomnia & Sleep Disorder Making Your Life Miserable?
Warning. Chronic Sleep Disorder causes immense distress, and can sometimes lead to further physical or psychological problems. If Left Untreated!! Take Action Now
Insomnia can be simply a case of “poor sleep hygiene” Before you consult make sure that you have healthy sleep habits;
• Avoid sleep during the day; it can disturb the normal pattern of sleep and wakefulness.
• Avoid stimulants such as caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol too close to bedtime.
• Exercise can promote good sleep. Vigorous exercise should be taken in the morning or late afternoon. A relaxing exercise, like yoga, can be done before bed to help initiate a restful night’s sleep.
• Stay away from large meals close to bedtime.
• Ensure adequate exposure to natural light. This is particularly important for older people who may not venture outside as frequently as children and adults. Light exposure helps maintain a healthy sleep-wake cycle.
• Establish a regular relaxing bedtime routine. Try to avoid excitement or emotionally charged activities before trying to go to sleep. Don’t bring your problems to bed.
• Associate your bed with sleep. It’s not a good idea to use your bed to watch TV, listen to the radio, or read.
• Make sure that the sleep environment is pleasant and relaxing. The bed should be comfortable, the room should not be too hot or cold, or too bright. And make sure the room is adequately ventilated.
Sometimes our sleep difficulty is simply down to a change in routine or habit. Temporary sleep disturbance is often the result of a hectic lifestyle or stress. This form of sleep disorder is easily rectified with one or two relaxing sessions of hypnotherapy. However a whole host of physical and psychological problems can lead to insomnia including;
• Chronic Pain
• Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
• Congestive heart failure
• Acid reflux disease (GERD)
• Sleep apnoea
To Re-establish A Healthy Sleep Pattern Here Is What We Do;
1. Carry out a detailed interview to try and establish the reason for the sleep disturbance
2. Agree any improvement to sleep hygiene that may be useful.
3. Carry out one or two session of relaxing “sleep hypnosis” to re-educate the subconscious mind.
4. Each client receives a specially recorded “Sleep Hypnosis” audio recording which they play each night as they go to sleep.
For many clients this is all that is required. Restful sleep is restored.
However if the insomnia is due to a more deep rooted psychological or emotional problems, such as anxiety or depression, then the 5-Path approach is used to resolve the underlying issues and get you sleeping peacefully once more.
You really don’t need to suffer Call 0872895171 or email firstname.lastname@example.org now to learn how you can once again enjoy restful sleep.