insomnia-mp3 hypnotic

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  • Length 37 minutes
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  • English language  (British voice)
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Help to get to sleep better

This is a professionally produced clinical hypnotherapy based insomnia hypnosis MP3 recording that uses a mixture of hypnosis, metaphoric storytelling and advanced NLP techniques to gently and safely update your unconscious mind with new attitudes to restful sleep and aiding stopping a racing mind. As you listen to this recording whilst resting in bed your conscious mind is distracted and soothed which slows down your racing mind, drops your blood pressure and gently encourages the release of the natural chemicals that bring on sleep.

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A small clip from this help to overcome anxiety can be listened to below.

Sleep Easy – Sample

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FAQ about the “need to sleep better”  hypnotic mp3 download

How do I listen on my iPad or iPhone?

Purchase and download the mp3 recording from your PC or Mac and then load the file into iTunes, then sync with your Apple device. Please note it is not possible to directly download the mp3 to an iPhone or an iPad without going through iTunes.

Who is this getting to sleep mp3 for?

Anyone who is experiencing bouts of sleeplessness due to stress, anxiety or worry. In any case many people who normally sleep well may have nights here and there where they can’t sleep, perhaps sleepless nights where they just can’t seem to turn of their internal dialogue or if you have trouble getting back to sleep after awaking halfway through the night. Just grab your mp3 player and settle down to a relaxing story that calms and soothes you off to sleep.

How do I purchase this?

Just click on the “Buy Now” button at the top of the page and you will be guided through a simple and secure check out system. Although the price is stated on this page is in British Pounds this will be converted to your local currency at payment and you will see exactly what that amount is.

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When should I listen to this anxiety mp3?

Just find some quiet time, perhaps before you sleep at night and listen to the recording through headphones whilst you just sit back or lie-down. You will be taken on a safe, calm and relaxing journey where all you have to do is relax and let your unconscious mind adopt new strategies for managing jealous feelings. Never drive or operate machinery whilst listening to any of my recordings.

Are hypnosis recordings as good as face to face therapy?

Hypnosis recordings will never replace direct face to face therapy with trained therapist who tailors the sessions to be unique to you, your problem and your personality type, however, they do gently nudge your unconscious mind in new directions that can foster new self realisations and the adoption of new ways of thinking and acting.

How can I play this hypnotic anxiety mp3 recording?

Once downloaded you have the choice of: listening to the mp3 recording on your PC through iTunes, Windows Media Player and common media players installed on most computers. Probably best is to load the mp3 recording onto an mp3 player or iPod so you can listen to the hypnotic recording through headphones in a safe quiet place where you can relax and won’t be disturbed.

Quieten your mind and sleep deeper

Feeling anxious, depressive feelings and stress do interrupt sleep patterns in quite dramatic ways, they cause you to worry and spin thoughts around in your mind, this leads to more dreaming than normal (REM Sleep – Rapid Eye Movement Sleep) and less of the Slow Wave body repair sleep, culminating in less quality sleep and more use of energy through excessive dreaming. Assuming that your insomnia is not caused by an underlying medical condition, I use a range of psychological insomnia cures that work closely with your unconscious mind to enable you to work through the events in your life that are (consciously or unconsciously) causing your mind to be too alert and active at times when you would like it to be deeply asleep.

Continued exposure to stress or emotional trauma in a person’s life places an unnecessary burden on the unconscious nervous system (parasympathetic nervous system) the continuous agitation of this sensitive structure leads to an increase in a whole range of chemicals that keep you in a more alert state of mind.

So, to get your body chemistry back under control, we need to address the events of your life and the strategies (conscious and unconscious) that your mind has developed to handle them. Some people stick their heads in the ground and hope things will just get better, other people try to change the people who are causing the problems, some feel like victims and some just don’t know what to do

We humans develop many coping strategies for the challenges we face and because they are typically unconscious strategies they seem to be underdeveloped and not at all optimal, often, we can see that we seem to be ‘cutting our nose off to spite our face’ when these strategies are analysed.

No one really knows why we sleep, although it is thought to rest and repair the body. When you can’t sleep the body’s immune system is weakened and this effects the way we think, so for emotional wellbeing, good sleep is essential.

Your attitude to sleep can also play an important role in alleviating sleep insomnia; if you are saying in your mind “I can’t sleep” – it can be hard to look forward to going to bed. So, just like healthy eating and fitness, sleep help should be embraced and taken seriously as a wonderful part of your life and essential to your wellness.

Generally speaking, we sleep in 5 roughly 90 minute long cycles, from a light slumber, down to deep sleep and back and interestingly, many people who feel that they get no sleep or have been ‘awake all night’ or think they can’t sleep, have slept through one of these cycles without realising it – check it out yourself, if you are having a bad night, just look at the clock from time to time and you might be quite surprised that it is about 90 minutes later than the last time you looked.

3 in every 10 people experiencing lack of sleep have an obvious underlying cause; these are often things like pre-sleep activities, changed sleep patterns or environmental conditions such as noise. 5 in 10 people experience sleep problems due to psychological problems such as depression, stress, grief and dementia. 1 in 10 are affected by physical or medical issues, such as, arthritis, diabetes and pain. 1 in 10 are affected by misuse of medicines, alcohol or illegal drugs.

Interestingly, if you were to ask individuals who sleep easily, what thoughts go through their minds just before they nod off, they typically say nothing at all, ask the same of someone who has difficulty sleeping and they say absolutely everything!

Tips for better sleep

  • Stop drinking caffeine by early afternoon – Tea, coffee, energy and fizzy drinks.
  • Don’t take any naps during the day.
  • Try not to eat big meals prior to sleeping.
  • Take some time to relax before bed, take a bath or listen to some calming music.
  • Meditation and yoga relax you and will help getting to sleep sooner.
  • Taking exercise during the day.
  • Don’t watch TV directly before sleeping or in your bedroom.
  • Don’t smoke before you go to bed as nicotine is a stimulant.
  • Drink alcohol in moderation.

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