Calming an overactive mind for better sleep

There are lots of medications that can put you to sleep. Alcohol for one. But none give you natural sleep and all are addictive. This video uses suggestion or hypnosis to get you to a good, sound sleep so that you can learn to go to sleep naturally, stay asleep and awake refreshed.

Use this instead of pills for insomnia. Another use is if you wake up during the night and can’t get back to sleep. This will put you to sleep and you will wake up refreshed instead of hung over from medication. This is from the YouTube channel of Jason Stephenson.


Like the other YouTube video, this hypnosis for sleep video is also by Jason Stephenson but takes a very different approach. Try them both and see which works best for you.

Help for a Good Night’s Sleep

Adequate, good-quality sleep is foundational for good health, good mental health, and longevity. Without enough good-quality sleep, you don’t feel well or energetic, can’t think, remember or perform well, and your mood becomes dark and possibly anxious.

If you have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep or waking too early, there is now help for you that does not rely on medication. Dr. Woodman specializes in treating sleep problems with more than 30 years of experience.

Learning is consolidated during Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep. During the deepest part of sleep, the body produces growth hormone for tissue repair. Not only is your immune system busy during sleep, but it is also being revitalized. And when you wake up, you reset the coordination and flow of a host of hormones. Sleep is essential.

Even though you have been sleeping and waking before birth, sleep is a learned behavior that is partly culturally determined and can adapt to personal schedules and needs. The things that interfere with sleep can be sleep habits and the sleep environment. However, what is most damaging to sleep are stress, anxiety, worry, and depression.

While medication may have a place in treating these kinds of problems, not only do they come with a cost, they are less effective and possibly addictive. Before you take medication for sleep, consult an expert, a psychologist.