How can I use self-hypnosis to overcome insomnia and improve sleep?

     Hypnosis in essence is very relaxing. A daily practice of some type of self-hypnosis techniques can help you relax mentally, emotionally and physically. With relaxation techniques you can elicit a Relaxation Response, which is the opposite of a fight-or-flight response, characterized by the lowered levels of cortisol and increase in melatonin, endorphins and serotonin production in your brain. By relaxing you naturally slow down your heart rate, breathing and metabolism, enhancing your ability to think more positively and feel more calm and relaxed. This alone can produce a positive effect in the way you think, behave and make moment-to-moment decisions.

How can I use affirmations in hypnosis to sleep better or fall asleep quicker?

In this day and age, it is very difficult to turn off our minds. We are constantly thinking and worrying about what happened in the day or anticipating something that may happen tomorrow. In order for us to sleep well at night we need a way of calming down our thoughts so they don’t keep running through every single thing on your mind all while you’re trying desperately to fall asleep.

You know that you are better of getting a good night’s rest. The average adult needs between 7-9 hours of uninterrupted restful sleep per day; however many people don’t get this much due to racing mental activity which keeps them from falling asleep easily or for some people at all.

Here are the sample affirmations you can give to yourself in the state of hypnosis:

I choose to let go of all racing thoughts

I choose to put all thoughts on hold and fall asleep

I find it easy to unwind and k=let go of all and and any thoughts

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