Is Insomnia keeping you up at night? How much sleep do we need? And how much sleep are we getting?
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, insufficient sleep is a public health epidemic. The National Sleep Foundation suggests that school-age children (5-10 years) need 10-11 hours of sleep daily, teens (10-17 years) need 8.5-9.5 hours, and adults need 7-9 hours.
Hypnosis can be the key to sleeping better. While hypnotherapy isn’t being posited as a cure for complex sleeping disorders, it can address many factors involved in a sleepless night, like stress, busy schedules and bad sleep habits.
If you’re like many insomniacs and find you can’t turn your brain off at time, you know the feeling of your conscious mind lighting up with thoughts and worries when the lights go out. Hypnosis can help you control this mental jibber-jabber and create a calm mental state and help you fall asleep!