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How to Fall Asleep Very Fast

By Edited Aug 19, 2015 0 0

Sleep by Self-Hypnosis
Not being able to fall asleep fast can be very frustrating especially if you fall into the same pattern night after night. Even one night with little to no sleep can leave you restless the next day. If lack of sleep continues, just the mere fact of trying to go to sleep can leave you feeling anxious. You constantly tell yourself that you will never fall asleep and wonder how to fall asleep very fast. Many people that find that they can't fall asleep will put off going to bed, which makes them feel even worse in the long run. Lack of sleep over an extended period of time will start to affect you both emotionally and physically. Many health problems are associated with sleep deprivation such as; heart disease, obesity, diabetes and even cancer. Mentally you might suffer from depression, unable to concentrate and have no desire to do the things you normally enjoy.

There are many lifestyle changes that you can try to solve your sleep problem. Some of the changes may be reducing the amount of caffeinated beverages you drink, eliminating noise or light in your bedroom or taking an herbal sleep aide. These may work for a period of time, but most of us that can't fall asleep fast need an alternative approach for the natural sleep process to happen.

Hypnosis is a way to clear our mind of our anxieties while helping our body calm down and relax. Listening to a self-hypnotic tape or CD will subconsciously tell our mind to start the natural sleep process and make it possible for you to fall asleep very fast. I have used a self-hypnosis tape on and off for almost 20 years. It has shown me with a breathing and visual exercise along with physically tightening and relaxing of my muscles that sleep more times than not comes prior to the tape ending. Can you imagine falling asleep fast and getting an uninterrupted night sleep you like you used to? Waking refreshed and energetic will make you feel for efficient during the day and allow you to return to the person you once were both mentally and physically.

Be patient, if you don't fall asleep fast the first couple of nights, as it may take some time for your mind and body to process the exercises that you will perform. Eventually, with continued deep relaxation techniques you won't have to try to fall asleep anymore and bedtime will be a natural process instead of an anxious one. Learning how to fall asleep very fast with self-hypnosis is one way to help a sleep problem. If you find that your chronic sleep deprivation is causing additional health problems, it is recommended to consult with your physician or a sleep specialist, as they may offer other alternative treatments.



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