What if I was able to offer you something that makes you look and feel younger, makes you more attractive, lowers food cravings and keeps you slim?
I thought so, but there’s even more good news… it makes you happier, fights depression, anxiety and stress.
It boosts your immune system warding off colds and flu. Lowers your risk of heart attack, strokes and diabetes. It enhances your memory and makes you more creative. It also reduces the risk of cancer and dementia; it even helps you live longer.
It is already available, 100% legal, has no side effects and over 17,000 scientific reports back up these claims.
How much does it cost?
You’re probably wondering what price something so potent will cost? What if I was to tell you, it’s completely free?… It shouldn’t come as any surprise that this wonderful drug I’m describing isn’t a drug at all. The thing I’m talking about is sleep! Sleep is essential to our wellbeing, and it’s right up there with our need to eat. It really is that important, the effects of not getting enough can be disastrous to our mental and physical wellbeing.
Are you getting enough sleep?
An incredible amount of people struggle to get sleep in sufficient quantities. When you read the above list of astonishing benefits, the implications of this are devastating.
So why aren’t doctors prescribing more sleeping pills? Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. Just like alcohol, sleeping medication is detrimental to the quality of our sleep. The adverse effects of a poor diet are well known; sleep follows the same rule. We need good quality and a sufficient quantity of sleep, to be happy, healthy and fully functioning.
If you are struggling to get enough sleep, hypnotherapy can help. Disrupted sleep patterns are usually a sign of deeper problems like anxiety or depression, which, if left unresolved, can escalate. Hypnotherapy can help you get to the bottom of your sleep problem; it’s natural, drug-free and works quickly.
If you are struggling to get enough sleep, sleep hypnotherapy can help. Disrupted sleep patterns are usually a sign of deeper problems like anxiety or depression, which, if left unresolved, can escalate. Hypnotherapy can help you get to the bottom of your sleep problem; it’s natural, drug-free and works quickly.
What can I do?
There are many simple things you can do to improve your sleep, such as avoiding stimulants like caffeine and alcohol. Caffeine stays in your system for a whopping 6 hours, meaning if you have a coffee with your evening meal at 6, it’s still working against your need to sleep until midnight.
You can also download my free hypnotherapy (guided meditation/trance) mp3 track to listen to before you go to sleep. It’s free, will help you relax and you will soon notice the difference.
If you’d like to know more about how solution focused hypnotherapy can help you improve your sleep, please get in touch.
Sleep is a huge topic that his post barely scratches the surface of. If you’d like to know more on this fascinating subject, I can wholeheartedly recommend Matthew Walker’s excellent book, ‘why we sleep‘.
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