Sleeplessness, anxiety, insomnia, drug addiction and many other conditions have adverse effects on one’s quality of life. Scientists across the world agree that these conditions can be managed through hypnosis. For instance, hypnotherapy for insomnia is widely used to manage chronic sleeplessness. Sleep hypnosis and sleep hypnotherapy are scientifically proven methods of inducing quality and stress-free sleep. Renewed Edge, your Hong Kong Hypnosis Centre, can help you improve the quality of your sleep with the use of advanced hypnosis techniques.

How does Hypnosis enhance sleep?

Scientific research at the University of Zurich has shown that slow wave sleep (SWS), most commonly called deep sleep, easily enhances both the physical and psychological well-being across all age groups. Deep sleep stabilizes moods, promotes brain plasticity and helps in temperament management hence improving interpersonal relationships. This constructive phase of sleep also enhances the hormonal balance and the body immune system. The research shows that deep sleep induced through sleep hypnosis helps clear the head and completely relax. An afternoon deep sleep triggered by sleep hypnotherapy can be used to increase energy and improve performance at work.

Techniques used in hypnotherapy for insomnia helps make the subject relax completely and remain calm, more comfortable and more focused. Hypnosis can help an individual enter deep sleep and enjoy its many benefits.

Benefits of hypnotherapy and hypnosis downloads

Researchers at the University of Fribourg also agree that hypnosis for insomnia is a proven tactic for solving many life problems. Sleep hypnotherapy greatly enhances the quality of sleep. The scientists came to this conclusion by monitoring the brain waves of participants in the research. With improved quality of sleep, it is possible to improve creativity and also enhance the ability to focus for long periods of time. This means better productivity at work and a greater ability to learn new systems. Rather than rely on drugs, your certified hypnotherapist can help you overcome insomnia through this effective technique. Most drugs have adverse side-effects and their efficacy is bound in time. On the other hand, sleep hypnosis shows long-lasting effects. It is safe and non-invasive.

Hypnosis is a medically approved method

Insomnia is one of those medical conditions that may result in other mental and physical illnesses. That is why renowned doctors and hospitals use hypnotherapy for insomnia as a method of treating many diseases. Mayo Clinic doctors recommend hypnosis as a method of managing chronic pain, fatigue, hot flashes and behavioural change. Our hypnotist also uses this technique to manage conditions such as smoking, phobias, obesity, anxiety and restlessness. In addition to medication, experienced medical experts also recommend sleep hypnotherapy as a method of enhancing speedier recovery in case of injury. Hypnosis helps achieve hormonal balance within the human body. With hormonal balance, the body secrete cell regeneration hormones which ensure that proper healing takes place faster.

Why can hypnosis help children suffering from insomnia?

Children also stand to benefit a lot from sleep hypnotherapy. Medical associations from around the world and the FDA in the U.S. have not certified any sleeping pill for use by children. This means that medical professionals use other methods to treat children subject to insomnia. One proven method to induce sleep is through sleep hypnotherapy. Unlike adults and adolescents, children go into hypnosis quickly. Our hypnotherapist has successfully worked with children. Imagine how much better they would perform inside and outside the classroom? How much healthier would they become as sleep naturally enhances their immune system? 

Our experience in treating insomnia

We have helped many individuals from all walks of life enjoy deep and fully restorative sleep. By focusing on the root cause of the insomnia, we have been able to improve the quality of their sleep. We can help you using hypnosis. Contact us for more questions.