by Ed Yourdon
Insomnia is simply a general phrase for many types of sleep issues. For example some people experience it as a difficulty getting to sleep in the first place. This kind of insomnia is called this is called primary insomnia. Whilst others may find that they wake up frequently during the night or are woken by the slightest disturbance and then find it hard to get back to sleep. This kind of insomnia is called middle insomnia. The final type of insomnia is where people wake up too early and are then not able to sleep again, this kind is called terminal insomnia.
Although it is possible that the symptoms are a mix of primary, middle and terminal sleep problems, typically one will dominate. Whichever category people suffer from, everyone finds it exausting and debilitating. At its worst a lack of sleep will leave sufferers feeling tired, anxious and perhaps emotionally troubled. This is likely to have an impact on their ability to react sensitively and appropriately in typical every day situations. If the symptoms continue then they could affect personal relationships, career and business prospects and even physical wellbeing.
There are many situations that may trigger a bout of insomnia and the good news is that for most people these pass quickly, often in a few days. These are often caused by temporary factors such as over use of stimulants – especially caffeine or alcohol, or a major or dramatic change in lifestyle. However chronic insomnia is something very different, can last for, weeks, months or even years, especially if the primary cause is triggered by: psychological issues such as stress, anxiety, fear or depression; physical problems such as injury, hormone changes or any other serious medical condition.
It seems that irrespective of the original trigger, the most common solution seems to be the use of pharmaceuticals and whilst sleeping pills may provide short term relief, they cannot deal with the original trigger which caused the insomnia in the first place. The other issue with a chemical solution is that they can swiftly lead to dependence, which often paves the way for associated issues.
In order to cure the insomnia root cause, the original trigger needs to be identified and dealt with – because it was providing the impetus for the sleep problems. Remove the root cause of the lack of sleep and the problem will disappear. Hypnosis and Subliminal therapies are readily available that will help you do just that. In essence they gently guide you through a process that helps your body’s natural mechanisms to regain control. That’s because our bodies already have the natural ability to allow us to sleep naturally and well – hypnosis and subliminal treatments simply help these natural mechanisms to operate normally.
Hypnotherapy and Subliminal techniques are well known for their effectiveness for curing all kinds of sleep problems and disorders mainly because they don’t try to deal with the symptoms, they focus on the root cause of the problem. Perhaps that’s why they are so effective.
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