Sleep Issues


How would it change your life,
if you could sleep through the night?

Sleep deprivation and sleep interruption issues are not unusual. They are very common in modern life. So many people young and old have issues sleeping.
Do you often find yourself lying awake at night with your body exhausted but your thoughts racing?
Taking pills for insomnia like Ambien and Lunesta, can be habit forming and have problematic side effects.
Hypnosis can help you get the sleep you desire.

The truth is that most of us have forgotten what it feels like to experience deep sleep on a regular basis, if at all.
The good new is that we all have the capacity to sleep deeply.

When you have increased stress in your life, your body has increased levels of cortisol. You can experience increased tension, higher blood pressure, and other health related issues.
I will teach you techniques that can help you decrease your reaction to stress and to begin to sleep better at night.
The Key to Your Deep Sleep

Hypnosis speaks directly to the part of the mind which manages sleep.
Using hypnotic trance is analogous to having a key to a lock.
Once you have the key you can easily access the memory of what it feels like to sleep deeply.
You can wake up in the morning feeling rested, refreshed and relaxed.
Learn to Let Go

What is required to slip easily into a deep and peaceful sleep, then to awaken in the morning rested and refreshed?
It is the ability to let go.
Let go of the day.
Let go of thoughts.
Let go of muscular and mental tension.

Restorative Hypnosis will teach you to do just that.
How to quiet your mind, how to relax your body, how to feel safe deep inside to let go into peaceful sleep, experiencing beautiful dreams, happy, even in your dreams.

Click here to learn about my
Restorative Hypnosis class
Learn to Let Go and Relax
Contact Ty Arnold
Board Certified Hypnotist
  Ty@ChangeCoachTy.com



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I do not fix problems.
I fix thinking.
Then, problems fix themselves.

-- Louise Hay
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