Hypnotherapy for Insomnia For a Goodnight Sleep

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For many cases, learning some Self-Hypnosis techniques can already help with sleep problems, sleep disorders and insomnia. For some others cases, ordering a hypnosis sleeping CD is an economical and long lasting solution.

However, as there are many causes for insomnia, it might help to see a hypnotherapist to resolve the underlining issues, some of which can even be traced back to childhood or earlier. For example, when a child was very young, their grandma passed away, and their parents told him “your grandma went to sleep”. What do you think, in his unconscious mind, the child would associate going into sleep with? Yet consciously this child may grow up not having a single clue what’s going on with his sleep all through life. He may simply accept this as a fact “it’s always been like this”.

Insomnia is an Epidemic in our Society Today

In our busy and technologically advanced society, we can turn on bright lights at any time. We can watch TV all night long. We can enjoy the stimulations of the computer if we wish. We can take a red-eye flight. We can work night shifts… We call them “nightlife”. The natural rhythms that lead to easy and restful sleep are challenged.

With less and less physical activities and more and more mental activities in modern life, we no longer experience the peaceful and relaxed feeling that comes from a day spent in simple toil or rigorous adventure. Instead, we attempt to go to sleep with our brains wired to a day of intense mental stimulation and our bodies restless with the unmet need for physical activity.

Also, in ancient times the attack of a wild beast aroused our adrenaline, but then we fought or we ran, as hard as we could, and we exhausted our bodies. Our current addiction in the evenings to violent and sexually explicit entertainments often leaves us instead at the end of the evening filled with adrenaline and with no chance to run it off. Given all of these factors, it is no wonder insomnia is an epidemic in our society.

How the Brain Works

In order to fall asleep, your brain must go from a BETA brain wave into ALPHA. Alpha state is where everything is dreamy, where visualizations are clear, and that sleep switch in your brain is ready to let you go into THETA and DELTA, and be asleep. When a person is hypnotized, typically he’s in between alpha and theta state. That’s why the state of hypnosis is halfway towards deep sleep.

When the conscious mind is busy, with high levels of adrenalin such as anxious thoughts, chronic worrying, anger, emotional conflicts, and fear, the brain has a hard time letting go of its conscious processing.

To fall into sleep is a process of letting go. We try so hard during waking hours to make sure we are in control of things and circumstances and our life, to sleep is a mini death, because when we become unconscious, we are not in control. The mechanism of the mind is not designed to let go. For example, you can’t stop thinking about what you don’t want to think about… That’s why the harder we try, the more difficult it becomes.

Some study insomnia and get to know the problem. They start worrying early in the day about whether or not they are actually going to be able to sleep that night. And once they miss a night of sleep, they worry even more about not sleeping the next night. And this perpetuates the problem. Worrying about insomnia creates insomnia.

That’s why the brain is an expert at having insomnia.

So How Hypnotherapy can Help to Sleep More Easily

One big component of clinical hypnotherapy is a state of relaxation bordering on sleep. The word “hypnosis” itself was derived from the Greek word “Hypnos” meaning sleep.  Learning to relax body and mind with a trance state induced by a professional hypnotherapist can itself teach you how to put yourself in a relaxed state of mind in which sleep comes easily.

In the hypnotic state that borders on natural sleep, I can help you locate the subconscious emotional and mental blocks that are keeping sleep away. Helping the inner voice (whatever the previous role is) take a more supportive role in restoring comfortable sleep.

Whatever your problem with sleeping is, it’s the level of mind we need to communicate with more effectively. And a good night’s sleep can happen when we simply decide to let go.

And then we can say Good Night to insomnia.

In order to sleep deep, you are going to have to teach your brain how to go instantly into an alpha state, how to use subconscious triggers to eliminate worry and anxiety and stay asleep once you are asleep. Schedule your first session with Kemila in person below. If it’s online such as Zoom or Skype, please go to the Online Session page. For returned clients, click here for scheduling a Regular Session. Or if you have questions, you can schedule a virtual or In-Person consultation with Kemila first.


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