Hypnotherapy for Sleep Disorders
ABOUT HYPNOTHERAPY FOR SLEEP DISORDERS
Hypnosis can finally help you get that restful sleep that you’ve been lacking. Let’s let out what no longer serves you and those things that are keeping you awake at night. Here are some common reasons people seek out hypnotherapy for Sleep Disorders:
- Sleep Apnea – This condition temporarily blocks breathing in the upper airway while you sleep. It causes loud labored snoring and stressful sleep interruptions throughout a single night. It can result in sever daytime drowsiness, depression, moodiness and inability to concentrate during the waking hours.
- Erratic Sleep Patterns – Difficulty falling asleep or waking up in the morning, or walking up multiple times throughout the night. This affects your biological clock causing you to become out of sync with normal required hours of sleep.
- Narcolepsy – This rare condition causes a dysfunction in the brain mechanisms that manage sleeping and waking- causing a person to easily fall asleep while conversing, walking, driving, climbing stairs, working, etc. Most narcoleptics suffer from extreme fatigue during the day, hallucinations, muscle deterioration, sleep paralysis and fainting.
- Snoring – An obstruction to the airway while you sleep that causes noisy breathing.
- Restless Leg Syndrome – Upon falling asleep the legs feel a burning, aching, itchy, and tingly sensation. It disrupts sleep mostly in middle age.
- Sleepwalking – Sleep walking mainly affects children and sometimes adults in deep sleep. The brain continues sleeping while the body acts as though it is awake for short periods of time. Sleepwalking is often linked to stress. Sleepwalkers don’t typically remember what they do during an episode.
- Bedwetting – Bedwetting is mostly common among young children. While bedwetting can be a symptom of a more common disease, a large majority of children who wet the bed have no underlying disease that explains their bed wetting according to studies. There are primarily two types of bedwetting: primary and secondary. Primary is when its been happening since early childhood with no breaks. Primary bedwetting means the child has never been dry one night for any significant amount of time. Secondary bedwetting starts up after they have been potty trained and have remained dry at night before for at least 6 months but start bedwetting after. Hypnosis can help you explore these disorders at a subconscious level and help you overcome these challenges.