How you think, feel and how you act throughout the day has to do with how well you slept the previous night.
Most people know that sleep is vital for better health, but few people understand this principle at a deep level.
Your sleep pattern influences every part of who you are and what you do: from your daily chores to parenting, from free time activities to social aptitude and from driving ability to artistic talent.
Look at any aspect of your life: work, family, relationships, sports – and in the centre of it all is a good night sleep.
Sleep disorder is a medical condition where people have problems sleeping.
These disorders sometimes are severe enough to cause abnormal functioning of body and mind.
Disruptions in sleep are caused by a wide range of problems, such as nightmares, teeth grinding and much else.
A person who is unable to sleep during regular hours for no apparent cause is said to be suffering from insomnia.
Sleep deprivation can harm the brain.
People who get less than seven hours of sleep have lower activity in the part of the brain that involves memory and learning.
In fact, studies have found that the fewer people sleep, the more they weigh. Also, people who sleep less have lower leptin levels and higher ghrelin levels in their body.
There are many different types of sleeping disorders.
The most common ones include:
hypopnea syndrome(shallow breathing)
narcolepsy(weakness in motor muscles)
night terror(abrupt awakening)
somniphobia (panic attacks)
Hypnotherapy is helpful in fighting stress associated with sleep problems.
Research has shown that people with sleep disorders who have undergone self-hypnosis were able to get more sleep than other treatments.
Hypnosis is a method where an individual will experience deep relaxation, focused attention and know how to sleep better.
Because sleep hypnosis increases responsiveness and helps in stress management, it can alter behaviours and reactions that are apparent cause of sleep disorders and other health problems.
In general, hypnotherapy is involved in rejuvenating the mind and protecting the brain.
So anyone desiring to have a good sleep must give their body and mind consistent rest through relaxation – one of the most natural and most effective strategies to get results quickly.