Welcome to Hypnosis For Sleep

I was a major insomniac, and I suffered because of it, not only me, but my family, work, social relations and whatever else had anything to do with not being alert and awake throughout the day, or not having a restful deep sleep through the night.

That is until I discovered hypnosis, which took me a fair bit of time to really understand especially with the 'smoke and mirrors' that is often associated with it. That is when I learned that it was a tool, or a method to tap into your mind, and undo or fix what is already causing you misery, as well as, introduce new empowering habits and thoughts.

So, how exactly can hypnosis help with sleep?

The best way to describe this is by looking at why can't you fall asleep easily, if you have pain and discomfort, then you really need to be visiting a doctor or a GP, but if it is your mind going wild just by laying your head down on the pillow, then hypnosis is the tool for you.

Basically put, you have trained your mind (unconsciously) to go on a thought frenzy as soon as you put your head on the pillow, which triggers all sorts of negative side effects such as:

  • Stressing about how painful the day after is going to be because you haven't got a good night's sleep.
  • Feeling a sense of despair about the whole situation
  • Resorting to pharmaceutical drugs for sleeping (which may be necessary but are addictive and hard to get)
  • Resorting to unhealthy self medication with alcohol and eating

These side effects compound the current problem and make the negative spiral even worse.
I remember one day going to my GP and telling him my life was in ruins, and I couldn't sleep, they just told me off, and said to read a boring book. I suppose he was worried about me getting addicted, yet at that time, I really needed help.

When I came back from the doctor, I was determined to find a solution to my sleeping problem and came across a book called 'The Promise of Sleep' and made sure that I ruled out all physical causes of insomnia, which improved things slightly.

But my mind was still hyper active! It seemed to switch on as soon as I put my head on the pillow even if I was physically exhausted and about to pass out, and soon after, I would be wide awake, alert and focused!

Then I discovered Self Hypnosis, the first book I read about self hypnosis was by William Hewitt called 'Self Hypnosis for a Better Life', which was a great start and so I began recording my own scripts and within five days of listening, my insomnia was gone! I basically would sleep like a log and wake up amazingly refreshed.

Cool ha? You bet! I began to explore all the different types of scripts, and decided to start learning hypnosis to get better at it. I developed my own style of self hypnosis, and started building upon it.
While there was a learning curve for me, I hope you don't have to go through the same, so feel free to contact me if you have any questions or any feedback about the site. Make sure you check all the other links.


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