Hypnosis For Sleep
Sleep Better With Sleep Hypnosis
Do you feel tired after a sleepless night? Does your stress level contribute to not being able to sleep? Sleeplessness can be a never-ending cycle leaving you both tired and stressed for days to come.
Hypnosis can help with sleep hypnosis. It is time to stop exhaustion from running your life and keep you from getting a proper rest. Sleep hypnosis will help you get a good night sleep naturally. We will help you learn how to sleep better for a happier, more relaxed and more energetic you.
How Can Sleep Hypnosis Help You?
Sleep hypnosis trains your mind to enter the state between waking and sleeping, called the hypnagogic state. This is a naturally occurring state of hypnosis.
Many people who have trouble sleeping or staying asleep find themselves thinking or worrying while they are tossing and turning. You may worry about what time it is, or how you will function the next day when you are exhausted, or you may talk to yourself in your head about your worries or plans, or you may be frustrated or angry about not being able to fall asleep. This makes it even harder to fall asleep.
You can learn how to choose your state of mind so that when it is time to sleep, you can drift off into sleep. Sleep hypnosis teaches you how to relax your mind and body and usher yourself into sleep by entering the relaxing state of hypnosis.
Cancer Survivor Sleeps Like A Baby*
“Not being able to sleep at night has long been an issue for me. As I approached chemo treatments being awake through the night was terrible as my mind made up scary stories about my upcoming chemo journey…the nights were long, lonely and the next day I was exhausted. I am happy to report that I slept like a baby throughout all my chemo sessions…it was wonderful to wake up refreshed knowing that as I slept my body was focusing on healing. I also learned to calm my mind and body and strategies to cope with possible side effects and pain. This is one of the best gifts I gave myself to help me on my cancer journey.”*
Stress and Sleep
Managing stress is a crucial way to get a better sleep. When your mind is relaxed, falling asleep is easier. With sleep hypnosis, you will learn how to get yourself out of stressful thoughts and feelings, so you can relax and be calmer about your life. We can help you get that restful and stress-free night so you can function the next day and enjoy your life.
We have custom programs at our sleep clinic in Burlington for people who are having sleep problems. Whether you are having trouble sleeping, or find yourself waking up at night, hypnosis is a great natural sleep aid.
Here’s Our Promise To You
Call Now For Your FREE Hypnotic Screening – 905-634-4777
Come visit up today! We offer a free 30-40 minute screening process to see if hypnosis is right for you. At that time you will meet with the hypnotist, and all of your questions will be answered. If we do not feel hypnosis will help you, we will tell you so. Call us now to book your free screening 905-634-4777.
Restless Sleeper Now Sleeps Well & Wakes Up Feeling Refreshed*
“When I first came here I was unable to fall asleep quickly and would awake several times through the night, waking up every day feeling drained and burnt out. Now I can fall asleep much easier and stay asleep for the hours I need. Waking up feeling refreshed and ready to take on the day’s challenges. People around me notice a happier more relaxed person with much more energy. Feeling much more at peace with myself and my surroundings. Life’s good.”*
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‘Sleeping Better, Thinking Clearer, More Confident’*
“I have been able to overcome my sleep disruption. Better sleep is allowing me to think more clearly, & be in a better emotional state. I am more confident and stronger in meeting challenges in my life.”*
‘Look Forward To Bedtime Now’*
“I had a great difficulty going to sleep and I was only sleeping for a few hours. A bit skeptical at first, I started my sessions and by my second appointment my sleep improved, my vitality has returned and I actually look forward to bedtime.”*