How To Get Restful And Restorative Sleep

Home » Total Health » How To Get Restful And Restorative Sleep

A healthy life style depends on you getting enough sleep and quality sleep. A goodnights sleep includes dreaming.  Everyone dreams yet few recall their dreams each morning. Insomnia will cause both physical and emotional stress.

The United States Government CDC (Center for Disease Control) states that sleep is not a luxury it is a necessity. Below see the comments from the CDC.

Insufficient sleep is associated with a number of chronic diseases and conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity, and depression, which threaten our nation’s health. Aside from these, insufficient sleep is also responsible for motor vehicle and machinery-related crashes, causing substantial injury and disability each year.

More than one-quarter of the U.S. population report occasionally not getting enough sleep, while nearly 10% experience chronic insomnia. Getting sufficient sleep is not a luxury it is a necessity and should be thought of as a “Vital sign” of good health.

One definition of Insomnia is: A persistent disorder of having difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, waking up frequently and having difficulty falling back into sleep or waking up too early.

There are many prescription drugs and over the counter medications used to help people with insomnia. Unfortunately to date none of these work to produce natural sleep. They suppress dreams and interfere with natural brain wave sleep patterns and some are addictive. Some current research is suggesting that most current approved drugs for insomnia are linked to increased risk for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.  Insomnia is seemingly a contradiction:
You are utterly exhausted yet unable to sleep.

Most people understand the physical toll insomnia has on a person’s body, yet unless you suffer from it, you may not realize the emotional impact it has on one’s life. Personal relationships suffer, too tired to play with the children, too tired to go out with friends, wife, or family. Too tired to enjoy the things you enjoy.

The amount of sleep you need varies with age, yet the average adult requires 7 to 8 hours of sleep per night. Science has many studies on sleep deprivation and its effect on cognition and that sleep or lack of sleep has a powerful impact on your waking hours. Restorative, restful sleep can improve your concentration, sharpen your memory skills, and maintains your bodies fat burning systems that regulate your weight.

Hypnosis is a safe, effective and drug free solution to your insomnia. In fact during your session you might slip from the hypnotic trance state into a natural sleep, while your subconscious mind is receiving suggestions to help you regain your natural ability to sleep.

Have you suffered enough? Are you tired of tossing and turning each night?  Are you ready to take back control of your life, to get the restful and restorative sleep you need? To begin to enjoy your life again? Contact us now and we will help you get the sleep you deserve, help you get the life you deserve.

Comments are closed

Recent Posts

Contact Us

Your Name (required)

Your Email Address

Your Phone Number

Your Message