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Will Insomnia go away? How to break free from Insomnia?

Updated: May 27


Insomnia is a sleep disorder characterized by persistent difficulty falling asleep, staying sleep, or both, despite having the opportunity for adequate sleep.

It is typically accompanied by symptoms such as feeling tired upon waking up, daytime sleepiness, irritability, difficulty concentrating, and impaired functioning in daily activities.

Did you know about 10% of the world’s population experiences insomnia that qualifies as a medical condition.

Insomnia can be categorized into two types: Acute and Chronic.

Acute is usually brief episode of difficulty sleeping that lasts for few nights or weeks, usually triggered by some specific event or circumstances such as stress travel, or illness.

Chronic: On the other hand Chronic insomnia is often related to some underlying factors such as medical conditions, mental health disorders, medication side effects, or poor sleep habits.

When Insomnia is severe or lasts for a prolonged period on time, it causes sleep deprivation.

Sleep deprivation can not only be dangerous if you are driving or doing other tasks that require you to be alert and attentive, it can also increase the risk of certain conditions:

Depression, Anxiety, High BP, Heart Attack, Stroke, Sleep Apnea, Diabetes, Obesity to name some and conditions involving psychosis.

If you are someone that you know is suffering from insomnia, the good news is it can effectively be treated by eliminating the triggers.

With RTT, I have helped people overcome insomnia and achieve restful and rejuvenating sleep.

During an RTT session, I will guide you into a relaxed state of hypnosis, where we can explore the root cause of insomnia.

Together we will identify any negative beliefs and emotions that may be contributing to your sleep difficulties, and we will work together to replace them with positive and empowering ones.

We can also address any lifestyle factors that may be impacting your sleep quality, poor sleep habits such as excessive screen time for example.

We will work together to create a customized plan to improve your sleep hygiene and establish healthy sleep habits.

One of the unique benefits of RTT is that it provides lasting results. Unlike traditional therapy approaches that may take months or years to see improvement, RTT can help you achieve significant changes in just 1-3 sessions.

Many clients report improved sleep quality after just one session, and they continue to experience lasting improvements over time.

If you are struggling with insomnia and are ready to take control of you sleep health, I invite you to schedule a strategy call with me. Together we can work towards you achieving restful and rejuvenating sleep and improve your overall quality of life.

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