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•Do you wake up feeling tired?
•Do you often wake up feeling as though you could sleep for hours more?
•Do you find that you don’t have enough energy to get through the day comfortably?
•Do you need to take long naps during the day?
•Do you feel “wired” instead of naturally tired at night when it’s time for bed?
•Do you rely on sleep medications to fall asleep?
•Do you often lie in bed wishing you could fall asleep?
•Do you wake up frequently throughout the night?
If you answered yes to even one question, you’d probably benefit from improving your sleep.
Lack of sleep is one of the most significant health problems we face today. If you are feeling old — senior moments; loss of memory; lack of energy; loss of optimism, excitement, or socializing — not getting enough good sleep might very well be at the root.
How can hypnosis help with sleep disturbance and insomnia?
You can’t go 100 miles an hour all day long and then expect yourself to come to a dead stop all at once. I can teach you self-hypnosis skills that will help you to develop a bedtime ritual, find your own way of slowly winding down and give yourself time to make the transition to improve your sleep, get amazing rest and make a positive difference.