Sleep

Not getting enough sleep prevents the body from strengthening the immune system and fighting infection. It can also result in an increased risk of new and advanced respiratory diseases.

A lack of sleep can affect body weight. There are two hormones in the body, leptin and ghrelin, these control feelings of hunger and  fullness. The levels of these hormones are affected by sleep. Poor sleep patterns cause the release of insulin, which leads to increased fat storage and a higher risk of type 2 diabetes.

Sleep helps the heart  to heal and rebuild as well as maintaining blood pressure and sugar levels and inflammation control. Not sleeping enough increases the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Insufficient sleep can affect hormone production, including growth hormones and testosterone in men.

Restlessness during the night, tossing and turning, not quite awake but not asleep.

Snoring is a significant problem in sleep disturbance, but not always for the snorer.

Watching the clock, hour after hour and then falling fast asleep 30 minutes before the alarm.

Night terrors, although more common in children, many adults still suffer.

Through hypnotherapy you can change your sleeping behaviour, relax into a deep and restful sleep that lasts through the night alowing you to wake feeling calm happy and refreshed, ready for a good day ahead.

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