Our Hypnotherapy Experts Can Help Resolve Your Insomnia
With all the stress and productivity going on in today’s world, it’s not uncommon for people to experience sleep issues and symptoms of insomnia. It’s estimated nearly 30 percent of the population is affected by some type of sleep disorder at any given time, with nearly 10 percent suffering from long-term symptoms of insomnia. Over time, sleep issues can manifest in other ways in your life, including your health, mood, and general well-being. Our bodies and minds need proper rest to enjoy a healthy, fulfilling life. If left untreated, chronic sleep issues can become a catalyst for several other problems, including depression and anxiety. Anxiety and sleep issues tend to go hand in hand.
At Doc Hypnosis, we use our proven hypnosis therapy methods to help people combat their sleep issues and start getting a whole night’s rest. We also provide a full range of other hypnotherapy services for virtually any personal challenge you may be facing, including quitting smoking, anxiety and stress, fears and phobias, and weight loss. We can help you learn how to relax your mind and slip into a restful sleep every night. Call us today!
What Is Insomnia? What Types Are There?
Getting a good night’s sleep is integral to our overall health and well-being. Studies have shown that poor sleep quality and quantity are directly linked to our physical and emotional health regardless of age. Insomnia is a common condition that causes people to be unable to fall asleep or stay asleep. Insomnia can be caused by several factors, including poor sleep hygiene, lack of exercise, certain medications, or depression.
At Doc Hypnosis, there are several different types of insomnia we can address and help our clients navigate through, including:
- Primary Insomnia – Primary insomnia is when you have difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep. This period of chronic non-restorative sleep lasts longer than three weeks, despite having an adequate opportunity for rest and typically results in reduced daytime functioning.
- Middle Insomnia – Intermittent, middle, or middle-of-the-night (MOTN) insomnia affects ten to 40 percent of adults in the United States. People typically experience nocturnal awakenings with difficulty getting back to sleep. Ninety percent of clinically significant awakenings are preceded by an episode of altered breathing, which fits the conditions for obstructive sleep apnea.
- Terminal Insomnia – People who experience terminal insomnia have no problem falling asleep, but they wake up too early and cannot fall back asleep. While most people sleep between six and eight hours each night, people experiencing terminal insomnia may only be getting anywhere from three to five hours of sleep.
Why is Getting Good Sleep Important?
From infants to senior citizens, enjoying quality sleep is the foundation for a healthier, more enjoyable life. There are several issues directly related to sleep disorders, including:
- High blood pressure
- Increased risk of auto accidents
- Heart disease
How Can Hypnosis Therapy Help You Get a Good Night’s Sleep?
If you’re experiencing any symptoms of insomnia or have other sleep issues you’re concerned about, our hypnosis experts are here to guide you every step of the way in achieving a more restful night’s sleep. Hypnosis therapy for insomnia is one of the quickest, most effective, and long-lasting solutions for poor sleep quality. We can work directly with the problematic areas causing your sleep issues by unlocking your unconscious mind and developing coping and relaxation skills.
Call Today for Professional Hypnosis Therapy Services
At Doc Hypnosis, we are committed to providing a safe and comfortable environment where you can work through your symptoms of insomnia and other sleep issues. The hypnosis therapy services we provide will help you learn how to relax and cope with the anxiety causing you to get poor sleep. We are committed to helping you each step of the way as you achieve a happier, more fulfilling life through the power of hypnosis. Contact us today for a personalized session!