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At some time, most of us have experienced what it’s like to have trouble falling asleep, to lie awake in the middle of the night, or feel sleepy and fatigued during the day. However, when sleep problems are a regular occurrence—when they get in the way of your daily routine and hamper your ability to function—you may be suffering from sleep disorders.

Sleep is absolutely essential for normal, healthy function. Scientists and medical professionals still have much to learn about this complicated physiological phenomenon. According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, about 40 million people in the United States suffer from chronic long-term sleep disorders each year and an additional 20 million people experience occasional sleep problems.

Hypnosis techniques can improve sleep disorders. Although some people doubt the effectiveness of hypnosis for sleep disorders, using hypnotherapy to sleep better has been an accepted practice for many years. Through hypnosis and self hypnosis, people can explore emotional issues that disrupt sleep.

Sleep disorder hypnosis, or relaxation hypnosis, as it is also known, can be an incredibly powerful solution. By undergoing relaxation hypnosis, the deep seated causes of your tension and inability to fall asleep are revealed. You know you need to address the causes of your problem, rather than simply the symptoms, and when it comes to sleep disorders identifying causes can be incredibly challenging.

Generally, hypnotherapy clients’ sleep problems fall into two categories. The first is simply not being able to fall asleep at night. The second involves waking up at an inconveniently early hour and not being able to fall asleep again. hypnotherapy can help you to significantly improve your sleep patterns and can help with indirect effects of insomnia and sleep problems such as daytime anxiety and bruxism (teeth grinding during the night).This natural sleep aid when paired with sleep hygiene instructions , hypnosis may help ease insomnia, according to a research review published in 2007. The review also found that hypnosis may be useful in the treatment of nightmares, sleep terrors , bedwetting, and sleepwalking. However, the review’s authors caution that most of the existing evidence is limited to findings from very small studies.

Hypnotherapy has long since been used as a way of altering and reconditioning negative patterns of behaviour and it is able to do so by accessing the unconscious mind so it can seek out the root cause of the problem and alter an individuals perception of it.