Relax; Sleep; Give Hypnosis a Try

"A few sessions of hypnosis can lead to a better night's sleep" states a respected team of researchers.


After listening to a sleep promoting audio message with hypnotic suggestion, people who are suggestible to hypnosis spent two-thirds less time awake, and about 85% more time in deep sleep compared to those who slept without the hypnotic suggestion.


There have been many reports that hypnosis can be a good thing for promoting sleep. However, usually they've been based on people just subjectively indicating how well they feel they've slept as a result.


A new study is the first to assess via measures of brain-wave activity "the positive impact hypnosis has on deep sleep and to show that it is, in fact, real."


Learn to Live a Stress Free, Relaxed and Restful Life with Hypnosis


Stress affects our lives and our bodies. Even when we feel calm, constant minor stress can wreak major havoc on our body's internal processes. Every thought we have and every image we see, even if we don't consciously process that thought or image, evokes a physiological response. If the stress is short term, these responses will often quickly normalize but with repeated or sustained stress, the long term effects of these responses begin to take their toll on our health and well being.


One major sign of stress is not being able to relax or sleep.  If this is you, then it's time to get help before major health consequences begin to arise.


More than Hypnosis


When we work with clients to manage their stress, we include more than hypnosis. Our program includes mindfulness based techniques, guided imagery, hypnosis and instruction in self-hypnosis to assist the client in gaining control over their response to stress.   The result?  Your ability to unwind, relax and sleep.


Don't lay awake at night staring at the ceiling any more!  Call me and I'll tell you how I can help you relax, rest and get the sleep you want so much.  214-616-4352



Disclaimer:  There are no guarantees that you will sleep better.  Results vary person to person based on their desire to sleep better and other factors.

1.  WebMD

*Anyone seeking hypnosis for a medical related condition must present a signed approval from their physician indicating the physician is aware of the client's intention to use hypnosis as a complimentary treatment.  Call if you have questions.



Disclaimer:  There are no guarantees that hypnosis will work for you.  Results vary person to person based on their desire and other factors.