New Me Therapy helps remove sleeping issues from your life, so you can finally have that regular, deep, peaceful sleep that you have always wanted.
A lot of people underestimate the importance of sleep and that it is something that everybody needs. It plays a vital role in both our physical and mental health. But, sleeping problems, such as insomnia, can make it difficult for some people to get enough sleep.
Better sleep equates to a better life, but over 30% of the population suffers from insomnia.
As well as making you feel tired, lack of sleep can lead to physical illness and increase your risk of heart disease and obesity. Mentally, not getting enough sleep can lead to feelings of anxiety, stress and depression and can make it hard for you to concentrate.
Sleep deprivation may also bring on the onset of dementia. You also feel more angry, worried and experience trauma more deeply when you have not slept well. And people who suffer from sleep deprivation are 27% more likely to gain weight.
Why continue to suffer when you can get help now with New Me Therapy?
When suffering from insomnia for a long period of time, the patterns of sleep disturbances can become embedded in your subconscious. By using hypnosis for insomnia as one of the methods used, it aims to communicate with this and suggest positive changes. These suggestions will look to break the negative thought patterns causing the problem.
Hypnosis can ease insomnia and can also be a useful aid in the treatment of nightmares, sleep terrors, bedwetting, and even sleepwalking.
WHAT IS INSOMNIA?
Insomnia is a common sleep disorder that can make it hard to fall asleep, hard to stay asleep, or cause you to wake up too early and not be able to get back to sleep. You may still feel tired when you wake up. Insomnia can sap not only your energy level and mood but also your health, work performance and quality of life.
How much sleep is enough varies from person to person, but most adults need seven to eight hours a night.
At some point, many adults experience short-term (acute) insomnia, which lasts for days or weeks. It's usually the result of stress or a traumatic event. But some people have long-term (chronic) insomnia that lasts for a month or more. Insomnia may be the primary problem, or it may be associated with other medical conditions or medications.
You don't have to put up with sleepless nights. Simple changes in your daily habits can often help.
Get in touch today and start to enjoy a beautiful restful full night's sleep again.