Hypnotherapy For Insomnia For Sleep Disorders

Through hypnosis your subconscious mind will release and let go of any negative thoughts and behaviors associated with your challenges. You will have made a new decision that it is safe to sleep peacefully and restfully.

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What is Insomnia?

Insomnia is a specific sleep disorder characterized by difficulties in falling asleep or maintaining sleep, while sleep deprivation is a more general condition resulting from not getting enough sleep, whether it's due to various factors, including insomnia, lifestyle choices, or external demands.

Insomnia can be a contributing factor to sleep deprivation, but sleep deprivation can also occur independently of insomnia. Both conditions can have significant negative impacts on physical and mental health if left unaddressed.

The difference between Sleep Deprivation and Insomnia.

Insomnia and sleep deprivation are related but distinct concepts in the realm of sleep disorders:
1. Insomnia:
• Insomnia is a sleep disorder characterized by persistent difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or experiencing restorative sleep, even when there is ample opportunity for sleep.
• It can be caused by various factors, including stress, anxiety, depression, medical conditions, medications, and lifestyle choices.
• Insomnia is typically a chronic condition, lasting for an extended period, and it often leads to daytime impairment and fatigue.
• It is diagnosed based on the frequency and duration of sleep disturbances and their impact on daily functioning.
2. Sleep Deprivation:
• Sleep deprivation, on the other hand, is a broader term that refers to the condition of not getting enough sleep, either occasionally or on a chronic basis. It is often a result of not getting sufficient sleep due to various factors, including lifestyle choices, work demands, or social activities.
• Sleep deprivation can be acute (short-term) or chronic (long-term). Acute sleep deprivation can occur after a night of inadequate sleep, while chronic sleep deprivation happens over an extended period.
• The primary cause of sleep deprivation is insufficient total sleep time. This can lead to daytime sleepiness, reduced cognitive performance, mood disturbances, and an increased risk of accidents.

What causes Insomnia?

Insomnia can have various causes, and it is often a complex interplay of multiple factors. Here are some common causes of insomnia:
1. Stress and Anxiety: High levels of stress and anxiety are among the most common causes of acute and chronic insomnia. Worries, racing thoughts, and a "busy mind" can make it difficult to relax and fall asleep.
2. Medical Conditions: Some medical conditions can lead to insomnia, including chronic pain, asthma, allergies, gastrointestinal problems, and neurological disorders. Conditions like restless legs syndrome and sleep apnea can also disrupt sleep.
3. Psychiatric Disorders: Conditions like depression and anxiety disorders can interfere with sleep patterns. Insomnia can be both a symptom and a contributing factor to these conditions.
4. Medications: Certain medications, especially stimulants, decongestants, steroids, and some antidepressants, can disrupt sleep patterns. Consult with a healthcare provider if you suspect your medication is causing insomnia.
5. Substance Use: The use of caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol, especially close to bedtime, can interfere with sleep. They can act as stimulants or disrupt sleep cycles.
6. Poor Sleep Hygiene: Irregular sleep schedules, exposure to screens before bedtime, an uncomfortable sleep environment, or engaging in stimulating activities close to bedtime can contribute to insomnia.
7. Shift Work and Jet Lag: Irregular work schedules, especially shift work that requires night shifts, can disrupt the body's natural circadian rhythm and make it challenging to establish a regular sleep pattern. Similarly, traveling across time zones can lead to jet lag.
8. Hormonal Changes: Hormonal changes associated with menopause or pregnancy can cause disruptions in sleep patterns.
9. Age: As people age, they often experience changes in their sleep patterns. Older adults may find it more challenging to fall asleep or stay asleep.
10. Neurological Factors: There may be certain neurological factors or imbalances in brain chemicals (neurotransmitters) that contribute to insomnia in some individuals.
11. Environmental Factors: Noise, light, temperature, and other environmental factors can interfere with sleep quality.

How does Hypnotherapy help to overcome Insomnia?

I will give you an easy, drug-free solution to insomnia and all your sleep problems.

Through hypnosis your subconscious mind will release and let go of any negative thoughts and behaviors associated with your challenges. You will have made a new decision that it is safe to sleep peacefully and restfully. The subconscious levels of your mind will realize that the old sleep behavior known as sleep deprivation is unnecessary because you will now be handling situations and circumstances differently. You will be enabled to release any negative sleep conditioning and reclaim your natural ability to sleep and rest, comfortably and peacefully. Each and every time you lie down to sleep you will know that sleep is a natural state that allows your body and mind to be renewed and refreshed, and welcome it into your evening. You will be able to utilize the fact that you were born with the ability to sleep anytime that you need to sleep. You will have restored your natural ability to go to sleep easily and quickly, peacefully and comfortably.

Let Me Help You With Your Sleep Problems

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About Craig Homonnay

Hi - I am Craig Homonnay  - I have helped thousands of people overcome their unwanted behaviours, fears and all manner of emotional blocks using a unique process that combines Hypnosis, Resource Therapy and Regression work. 

I'd like to help you too.

I am best known for my work with cancer patients and people with chronic diseases, using the mind to reduce anxiety and relax the body so that it has a much better chance to heal.

Through my work in these areas I have developed a unique method to remove habits like drinking in less than an hour without the need for hypnosis in most cases. This method is also showing promise in other areas, such as weight management, smoking and recreational drug use.  

My practice is based in Adelaide however I regularly travel throughout Australia and am available for consultation world wide using Skype or Zoom.
I run many successful workshops and seminars, teaching advanced Hypnotherapy, Resource Therapy and Regression techniques to qualified therapists throughout Australia, The United States and the UK.
Why don't you book in for a one hour session and let me help you rid yourself of addiction?

Warm regards,

Creator of Habit Removal Therapy HRT
Clinical Resource Therapist and Hypnotherapist
(Australian Association of Clinical Hypnotherapy & Psychotherapy Inc.).

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