We do not treat mental or emotional disorders or attempt to cure medical diseases or physical disorders. Hypnotists and hypnotism are not licensed in Texas. We are not medical, dental, or mental health providers. We cannot make a medical diagnosis, prescribe drugs, or recommend discontinuing drugs.
We offer advice, counsel, or guidance ancillary to our occupations as hypnotists.
* Individual results may vary; every person is different. Some issues are resolved more quickly for some individuals than others, and results cannot be guaranteed. Any testimonials presented apply to the individuals depicted.
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But maybe you don't fit into any of the categories of high risk for poor sleep. Maybe your reasons for having trouble getting to sleep or staying asleep are entirely different. That's where hypnosis can work its powerful magic in your subconscious mind.
Make an appointment right now for a confidential phone consultation! Get all your questions answered and let's devise a strategy to make this change and improve your life right now!
In our Sleep Management Program, we will teach your several tricks that will make it more likely you can get to sleep and stay asleep.
And then we will teach you how to program your subconscious mind to fall asleep "on command" anytime you want.
How cool would it be if, instead of tossing and turning and lying awake for hours, you could easily:
All our hypnotists are trained in sleep management. You can see our track record with clients on our Testimonials page.
"Remarkable! Initially, I went to normalize my sleeping habits and I have gone from going to sleep at 4 AM to being in bed by 9 PM! In a month, I have felt improvements in almost every area of my life." - M.J.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) publish some scary statistics on the number of people afflicted by a lack of sleep. If you live in Texas, you may be one of the 32-35% of the population who are getting less than the required 7 hours of sleep every night. So, what are the causes of poor sleep? The CDC publishes this table of risk factors: