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Treatment for Sleep Disorders
Sleep is a very important element of our daily life. It enables the body to refresh itself and regenerate whilst providing the mind with an opportunity to relax and review the days events. Lack of good quality sleep, for whatever reason can have a significant impact on our health and well being. That’s why finding an effective treatment for sleep disorders is so important.
“I felt so tired all the time. It was affecting my relationships, my work, I just couldn’t cope. I lacked energy and felt miserable all of the time and it was down to the fact that I couldn’t get a decent night’s sleep. I knew I had to find a solution and fast.”
Sleep problems are one of most common reasons people go to see a doctor. But, as there are so many different factors that cause sleep issues, it is difficult for traditional medicine to treat. This is because prescribed medications often target symptoms rather than what is causing the symptoms. Plus, more often than not the relief provided by the medication is temporary.
Treatment Options for Sleep
The traditional method, as prescribed by most doctors, is to offer various forms of prescription drugs, some of which can be highly addictive. In addition, the fact is that many drugs offered to help sleep problems often come with a plethora of side effects, which are often worse than the effects of sleep deprivation.
Hypnotherapy for Sleep Disorders
However, there are clinically tried and tested treatment options which work extremely well, one of which is hypnotherapy. One of the key benefits of hypnotherapy treatment for sleep disorders is that it enables the trained hypnotherapist to find the root cause of your sleep problems. Once the cause has been found, it is then possible to alleviate the symptoms at the core, rather than masking them with prescription drugs. Also the advantage is that the individual can feel better within a short period of time, and the effects can last a lifetime.
If you’d like to discuss treatment for sleep disorders further or to book a free, initial consultation, please do get in touch today.