Hypnosis & Hypnotherapy to help with Insomnia

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How to cure for insomnia through hypnotherapy and hypnosis

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However, this is not always the case because there are people struggling with insomnia. Lack of sleep is no good for the body and as such, one has been experiencing insomnia, they need to look for a cure. Lucky for them, hypnosis is one of the ways they can use as cure for insomnia. Hypnosis or hypnotherapy has been used in the medical field for a long time.

Chronic insomnia can be attributed to bad bedtime behaviours or poor sleep hygiene. Sometimes habits of temporary insomnia may morph to habitual lack of sleep beliefs and behaviours. However, hypnosis and come in here and help you with the problem.

Using hypnosis to cure insomnia

The first thing you have to understand is that for hypnotherapy to work, you must be wiling. This is because it takes a combination of relaxing, trance state and suggestion. Relaxation quiets your mind and body, thereby entering into a hypnotic state, which sometimes can be drowsy or sleepy. In such a state, you are more receptive to modifying messages about your behaviour.  As such, your insomnia is then dealt with the right mix of messages.

For you to have a successful hypnotherapy to cure insomnia, you need to find a good hospital or integrative medicine clinic that offers hypnosis. You also need to search for a hypnotherapist experienced in hypnosis for insomnia. You can also try some self-hypnosis practice as a cure for insomnia before going to bed.

Self-hypnosis

Find a comfortable position and then close your eyes. Relax our body and mind and visualize tension leaving your body. Take deep breathes rhythmically for at least two to three seconds. You can try using the meditation app or look for guides on YouTube

Hypnosis is not meditation

Do not confuse hypnosis with meditation. When it comes to medication, you are simply relaxing, but have no modifying purpose that targets the need to change a behaviour, thought, or pattern. Hypnotherapy may work better on some people because they are more ‘suggestible’ than others.

Remember that hypnotherapy is non-pharmacological treatment and if you find a good therapists and faithfully attend all the sessions, you will have found a cure for insomnia. You can discuss about hypnotherapy with your therapists to find the best way to deal with your insomnia.

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