Sleep Hypnosis by Dr David Postlethwaite.
Tel.0191 440 8649 mobile 07596 673 319
Sleep Hypnosis -because of how it’s portrayed in popular culture, hypnosis is commonly misunderstood. As a result, it is often overlooked or discounted as a potential treatment for a range of medical conditions.
When administered in a tailored and professional way by Dr David Postlethwaite, hypnosis can focus a person’s attention in a way that allows them to receive suggestions that can positively change their thoughts and behaviour. Research indicates that sleep hypnosis has no side effects and may help people with insomnia and other sleeping problems.
Before getting started with sleep hypnosis, it’s important to know the facts about what it is, how it works, its pros and cons, and ways to make the most of this type of therapy.
What Is Sleep Hypnosis?
Sleep hypnosis is the use of hypnotherapy to address sleeping problems. The goal of sleep hypnosis is not to make a person fall asleep during the hypnosis itself. Instead, it works to change negative thoughts or habits related to sleep so that a person can sleep better once hypnotherapy is complete.
Sleep hypnosis may also promote sleep hygiene improvements to develop healthier sleep-related routines.
What Is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis is defined as an altered state of awareness in which you appear to be asleep or in a trance. Clinical hypnosis may be used to treat certain physical or psychological problems. For instance, it is frequently used to help patients control pain. It is also used in a wide range of other conditions such as weight issues, speech disorders, and addiction problems and of course Stop smoking hypnosis.
There is debate about how hypnosis works. Some people believe that when you are hypnotized, you relax and concentrate more, and are more willing to listen to suggestions — such as giving up smoking, for example.
Even though you appear to be in a trance during hypnosis, you are not unconscious. You are still aware of your surroundings, and — despite what many stage performers may claim during an entertaining show — you cannot be made to do anything against your will. In fact, brain tests performed on patients during hypnotism sessions have shown a high level of neurological activity.
What’s Involved in Sleep Hypnosis?
The process of hypnosis involves entering a deeply relaxed but focused state (like that of daydreaming, it is a little like being in a boring lesson at school, being aware of the teacher talking, being aware of what the child behind is doing, but one’s thoughts being somewhere else). Once in this state, it involves making suggestions for your subconscious mind to accept.
There are many therapists for you to choose from, but I always advice caution when choosing a therapist. Unfortunately, a large number of therapists advertising are very poorly qualified, many have done little more than an online course. Also, many therapists will try to persuade their clients that they are going to need multiple sessions, this is nonsense a competent qualified hypnotherapist can help achieve positive results with just one session. I myself have a degree in Psychology, a doctorate in Psychology and various postgraduate qualifications in Psychotherapy and Counselling. I have been in practice for over 30 years and have an overall success rate of over 96%. So when choosing a therapist for hypnotherapy for stress, please use caution.
Benefits of Sleep Hypnosis
Hypnosis is an extremely versatile tool that can be used for everything from simple relaxation to pain management in childbirth. It’s enjoyable, and affordable, and the results are lasting. There are no potential negative side effects, and it can give multiple benefits at the same time.
All issues can be easily helped using just one session, visit me in my Gateshead consulting room only £95 absolutely no hidden extra charges.
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