April 3

Hypnosis for Sleep

Sleep & Dreams

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Stuff Hypnotherapists Need to Know:  Sleep Deprivation

If you’re a hypnosis practitioner sleep may be one of the most important issues you need to be addressing in your sessions with clients.  Why?  Because whether you realize it or not, many of your hypnosis clients are suffering from sleep deprivation.

Sleep deprivation contributes to:

  • Weight gain
  • Fatigue
  • Stress
  • Carb cravings
  • Sugar cravings
  • Alcohol abuse
  • Chemical dependency
  • Suppressed immunity
  • High blood pressure
  • Mental illness

Is sleep really all that important?

Only if you care about memory consolidation, cognitive function, creativity, impulse control or avoiding global disaster.

Want to save the world?  Help your clients sleep.

Watch this video and learn how caffeine and computers contribute to sleep deprivation.  And whether “early to bed, early to rise” is the right formula for health.

In this talk, circadian neuroscientist, Russel Foster, shares three popular theories about why we sleep, busts some myths about how much sleep we need at different ages — and hints at some bold new uses of sleep as a predictor of mental health.

About the author 

Wendie Webber

With over thirty years of experience as a healing practitioner, Wendie brings a broad range of skills to her approach to regression to cause hypnosis. She combines a gentle, yet commanding way of presenting with a thorough, clear and systematic approach to helping healing practitioners to make sense of regression hypnotherapy.


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