Are you lying awake at night, wishing you could get to sleep? Problems with sleeping can cause both short-term and long-term issues.
You’ve probably already experienced some of them: tiredness, irritability, lack of concentration, and forgetfulness (all of which are common when you aren’t getting enough sleep). And, consequently, you might already have found that lack of sleep is affecting your relationships or your performance at work.
Over the long term, more serious risks and side effects of a lack of sleep can include unwanted weight gain, low sex drive, diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart problems.
Unfortunately, taking sleeping pills can have side effects, including a feeling of drowsiness when you need to feel alert, headaches, memory and performance issues, and dependency on the prescribed drug.
Sleep hypnosis can help you take back control
You want to feel relaxed when you need to sleep and alert when you need to be active. Not the other way around.
One of the main causes of sleep deprivation is that feeling of being unable to shut off the brain, and having thoughts whirling through your mind.
Perhaps you’re feeling stressed about whether you’ll be able to fall asleep. Or whether you’ll wake up several times during the night. Or perhaps other issues are on your mind such as your work, relationships, or future. Or, maybe, you just feel that you have trouble relaxing.
Hypnosis uses the natural processes of the brain to help you quieten unwanted thoughts and get the sleep you want when you want it.
Why hypnosis is effective for sleep issues:
In your hypnosis session, we’ll begin by discussing your situation and your needs.
As you probably know, when two people converse, their brainwaves synchronize. I personally practice self-hypnosis every day to cultivate inner calm and relaxation and to increase the quality of my own sleep. Unsurprisingly, my clients tell me that I have a “calming presence” and a “calming voice.” So, even before entering hypnosis, my clients are more relaxed than usual. That’s a great start to a necessary change.
After, we’ve discussed your situation and your needs, and are clear about what we’ll focus on when you’re in hypnosis, I’ll show you any relevant calming techniques that might be helpful to you. And, before the end of your session, I will teach you some simple self-hypnosis.
I will also create a hypnotic recording specially for you to listen to before you go to sleep.
Once I’ve guided you into hypnosis, I’ll use images and linguistic patterns, specific to you, to help you get the quality of sleep you need.
Ideal for sleep issues, hypnosis is so relaxing that it’s not unusual for clients to fall asleep for a few seconds during a session.
Don’t lay awake at night any longer. Click the link below to schedule your hypnosis session for better sleep:
Certified Hypnotist, NGH (USA).
I’m a hypnotist, certified by the National Guild of Hypnotists, USA. I have over two decades of experience in various mindfulness practices and am the author of two books on personal growth. I work with clients on a range of issues to help them improve their personal and professional lives.
“I truly believe I will look back to my session with Angel Millar as the moment my life changed for the better.”—J. Ferguson, USA.
“Working with Angel was great. I wasn’t sure what to expect for my first experience with hypnosis, but was immediately at ease and comfortable. Angel is a great listener and a calming presence.”—Stephanie Chuang.
“I wasn’t sure what to expect but he walks you through it and makes you feel super comfortable, asking what’s going on in your life, and gets some background information before he really plunges into the hypnosis itself. Overall, it’s just a really positive experience. It just feels really good. It feels really enlightening. It feels like you have a kick-start into the new chapter of your life. And I think that’s kinda what I was looking for.”—Amanda Maiorano.
Disclaimer: Hypnotism is not a form of health care, mental health therapy or counseling, or psychotherapy. Nor is it a substitute for medical treatments or medications. I am not a medical doctor or mental health practitioner and I do not, and cannot, diagnose, prescribe, treat, cure, or heal any physical, mental, or emotional illness (including sexual issues).
As such, I will withhold hypnotic services if a client’s behavior, appearance, or statements would lead a reasonable person to believe that the client should be evaluated by a licensed healthcare professional. Consult a qualified medical or mental health specialist if you suspect that you may have a physical or mental health issue and whenever otherwise appropriate.
Results of any hypnosis session may vary from person to person.