One of the easiest ways to use Hypnosis is for ease and improvement of sleep. This makes Hypnosis and Self-Hypnosis very popular for people who suffer from insomnia and or are often subjected to jet lag.
The 'State' of Hypnosis or Hypnotic trance is related to an increase in Theta brainwave activity, which is the same brain activity you experience every day as you fall asleep and wake up.
Hypnotherapists use that heightened state of relaxation and suggestibility to help ease you into sleep. With Self-Hypnosis, you can self-induce sleep and naturally wake.
By making the decision to stay relaxed and in the hypnotic state you have already accomplished the hardest step to finding a deep asleep. Your brain will automatically begin the sleep cycle shortly after your Hypnosis/Self-Hypnosis session ends.
You can also use Hypnosis and Self-Hypnosis to give yourself suggestions about how long you will sleep, and or when you will wake.
While hypnosis has many beneficial effects, hypnosis is not a substitute for appropriate medical attention. Statements and products offered on this website are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure nor prevent any disease or illness. When dealing with physical and/or mental illness or disease, always consult a qualified physician or therapist. Hypnosis recordings are not recommended for people suffering from mental disorders or illness.
Never listen to hypnosis recordings while driving a car or operating machinery. When listening to hypnosis recordings, choose an environment that is quiet and safe.
There’s no guarantee of specific results and results can vary. The only one who can possibly guarantee your success is you.