The harder you try to sleep, the more elusive it becomes.
If you've tried everything you possibly can and still cannot get quality sleep or fall to sleep easily, maybe it's time you tried CLINICAL HYPNOTHERAPY for INSOMNIA
It's not always clear what triggers insomnia, but it's often associated with stress and anxiety, poor sleeping environments, such as an uncomfortable bed, or a bedroom that's too light, noisy, hot or cold, lifestyle factors such as jet lag, shift work, or drinking alcohol or caffeine (stimulants) before going to bed.
There's also other factors involved too. Such as mental health disorders, physical pain, medications, neurological disorders, age, pregnancy and emotional disturbances.
It is thought that insomnia affects around 35% of adults.
It can have serious effects, leading to excessive daytime sleepiness, a higher risk of auto accidents, and widespread health effects from sleep deprivation.
Hypnotherapy is a wonderful way to address the root cause of your insomnia.
Establish a regular waking time. Have a routine sleep - wake pattern.
Establish a proper sleep environment. Clear your room of clutter.
Use your bed for sleep only. Don't use your bed as an office space.
Do not stay in bed when you are not asleep. You'll just toss and turn.
Avoid napping during the day.
Avoid caffeine late in the afternoon as it is a stimulant and will delay the sleep cycle.
Avoid Nicotine as it releases adrenaline.
Avoid excessive alcohol.
Avoid sleeping pills.
Have a late night snack. A banana or milk are high in tryptophan helping to induce sleep.
Don't have a huge workout before going to bed as you may be too wired to sleep.