A sluggish start to the day, irritability, exhaustion, poor concentration, forgetfulness bordering on amnesia, even serious conditions like depression and sleep apnea- the side effects of insomnia are many!
Yet sleeping pills- which tend to be the easiest and fastest solution to the problem — should be the last thing you consider to manage this wretched condition.
The reason is simple… the medicines for insomnia can be highly addictive, leaving you with even more side effects over time!
Hence, it is no wonder that numerous people are turning to alternative lines of treatment to manage their sleep disorder, many of them opting for self hypnosis.
Hypnosis, as you might know, refers to a process of being directed to a “state of trance”. During that time, you become more receptive to the suggestions than you are normally.
You can either seek professional help for the hypnosis session, or try doing it on your own.
The video shows how self-hypnosis can cure insomnia, and also provides some basic tips to practice self hypnosis.
As a beginner, you can also try this simple self-hypnosis exercise to induce sleep
While you are exercising this simple method of self-hypnosis, you can play this recording at your bedside and relax your mind and body.
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Hope these tips will help you to enjoy a good refreshing sleep …
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