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What Is Hypnosis? Many people ask ‘what is hypnosis?’ not knowing that it is a naturally occurring state that can happen spontaneously, many times during the course of a day. Have you ever driven your car to your destination and then wondered…….how did I get here? Your loss of conscious thought, coupled with your ability to operate your driving skills at an unconscious level, is in effect a trance like, hypnotic state in which your unconscious mind is controlling your actions. The same can often occur reading a book or watching a film, when you are lost in the plot...

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4 Important Health Facts You Need To Know Research about sleep produced by the University of Warwick and University College London has come up with some amazing information.   Health Fact 1 Fewer hours sleep and greater levels of sleep disturbance have become widespread in industrialised societies. This change, largely the result of sleep curtailment to create more time for leisure and shift-work, has meant that reports of fatigue, tiredness and excessive daytime sleepiness are more common than a few decades ago. Sleep represents the daily process of physiological restitution and recovery, and lack of sleep has far-reaching effects. Health...

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Hypnosis for sleep – the natural way to overcome insomnia Hypnosis for sleep Hypnosis for sleep is a safe and natural way to overcome insomnia and change your sleep patterns permanently.  Lying awake night after night with your mind racing or falling asleep through exhaustion only to be wide awake an hour later staring at the ceiling above you, is not only physically and mentally exhausting but can also have significant and permanent effect upon your health (You may find this article I wrote previously an interesting read: Sleep: What is The Ideal Amount? Shock Research That Will Change Your Attitude)...

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How does hypnosis affect brain waves?  What are brain waves? Your brain consists of billions of nerve cells called neurons.  These neurons are basically the computer chips of the brain and communicate information to each other using electrical impulses.  These electrical impulses are called your brain wave pattern. Your brain waves are related to everything you do or feel. How are brain waves measured? Brain waves can be measured using complex sensors which are placed on the scalp. Experts use the analogy of musical notes to describe brain waves with each level of brain wave represented by a different musical...

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Hypnosis for sleep – overcoming sleep deprivation and sleep disorders   What causes sleep deprivation and sleep disorder Sleep Deprivation Sleep deprivation in adults generally means getting less sleep than the average 7 – 8 hours needed by most of us.  We all experience periods of sleep loss from time-to-time and generally our bodies compensate for this adequately, thereby suffering little or no long-term ill-effects.  For instance, undergoing a brief stressful period in our lives such as a home purchase or job change or coping with changes in our personal life such as looking after a new baby are typical examples...

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