Hypnosis is the best way to fall asleep fast
Years ago my elderly father told me he wanted to enjoy a nap in the afternoon but couldn’t fall asleep. This was in the days of cassettes (little tapes than ran in recording machines – the forerunners of CDs). I offered to create a hypnosis cassette for him.
Since his main fear (which, ironically, never bothered him for night-time sleep) was that he would die during an afternoon nap I incorporated the message “awakening at the time you choose” (after such suggestions as “you enjoy a deep, relaxing, refreshing sleep”). Worked wonders for the rest of his days.
Do you have difficulty falling asleep?
Your reason for having trouble falling asleep may not be the same as my father’s but hypnosis can still deal with it effectively. Hypnotic suggestions go directly to your subconscious so worries can be set aside, your body can be relaxed and you can relish a wonderfully deep sleep because that’s where control over such activities lie – within your subconscious.
Using hypnosis you can enhance self-control over your subconscious.
Ways to fall asleep
You’ve heard all the advice about how to fall asleep fast. Here’s a summary:
the bed only for sex and sleep
Keep the TV in another room (unless you're going to watch our relaxing DVDs :-))
Get lots of exercise during the day
Make a clear break between your working day and sleeping time
Keep your bedroom cool
Stop major eating a few hours before bedtime
Stop alcohol intake at least 2 hours before bedtime
Drink warm milk or cold turkey just before sleeping
Turn off all lights
If you do awaken during the night, get out of the bed
Buy the best mattress you can afford
What’s missing from that list of otherwise excellent advice?
Control of your anxious or troubling thoughts.
And how do you deal with those? You guessed it. HYPNOSIS.
Hypnosis increases your self-control by paradoxically allowing you to relax.
Since hypnosis is like day-dreaming you can harness it to imagine yourself calm, relaxed and driftinginto a deep, pleasant, refreshing sleep (and yes, awakening at the time you choose !)
Of course, if despite our tips about falling asleep quickly you still
have trouble falling asleep or
difficulty remaining asleep or
a problem getting back to sleep
you should check with your doctor to be sure there’s no medical reason for your sleep disorder.
Remember to ask about potential side effects of any drugs he or she prescribes for you. Also ask what are the long-term effects and if you’ll have to take the pills for the rest of your life (no pun intended).
How to fall asleep quickly with hypnosis
One of the best things about hypnosis is that there are no negative side effects.
You have several ways to enjoy this pleasant solution to falling asleep easily, swiftly and safely:
positive suggestions from a qualified hypnotherapist
Hypnoanalysis to root out any underlying reasons for your insomnia
Self-hypnosis to enable you to feel calm and peaceful
Hypnotic DVDs or audio recordings to do the work for you
Here are a couple of hypnotic resources you can enjoy in the comfort of your own home to enable you to fall asleep quickly: