Do you lie on your bed but not able to fall asleep? Time passes but you are still awake. You want so much to sleep but your mind refuses to shut down and keeps running. Not only is it frustrating, but it also produces much anxiety. You get caught up in a loop, the more you can’t sleep, the more you worry and the situation just gets worse.
Difficulty falling asleep can sometimes be caused by a condition called sleep apnea. This occurs when the upper airway becomes completely or partially blocked, interrupting regular breathing for short periods of time — which then wakes you up. Among middle aged people, difficulty falling asleep may be caused by restless legs syndrome, which is discomfort in your legs and feet especially in the evening and night. You feel an urge to move your legs and feet which can cause sleep to be delayed.
Having difficulty falling asleep? If you regularly have problems sleeping such as lying awake at night, waking up several times during the night, wake up and then can’t go back to sleep, and still feel tired after waking up in the morning, Things don’t get better in the day as you feel tired and irritable during the day. You also find it difficult to concentrate during the day because you are tired but you’re unable to take a nap in the day even though you are tired. Difficulty sleeping can be caused by stress at work, school, health finances or family can keep your mind active at night, making it difficult to fall asleep. Stressful life events and trauma such as the death or illness of a loved one, divorce or job loss can also lead to difficulty in sleeping. Eating too much late in the evening may cause heartburn, a backflow of acid and food from the stomach into the esophagus after eating, which may keep you awake. If you think that reaching out for drug based sleep medication is the answer, think again. Medicines such as eszopiclone (Lunesta) and zolpidem (Ambien) can be addictive and lead to serious injuries such as falls. Justin Thomas, Ph.D., director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Clinic in the UAB Sleep/Wake Disorders Center. “Prescribing people sleep medication has really fallen out of favor. Patients get dependent on them, they need higher doses over time to have the same effect and coming off of those drugs can be really hard.” Why not take the natural route? HijamaEnergetics offers a 4 month Multi-Session treatment for bringing about deep and sound sleep that you deserve. We only use natural healing modalities such as Hijama, herbs, nutritional, microcurrent therapy and bioenergetic remedies that serve to clear out blockages behind the cause of difficulty in sleeping. There are no side effects.
HijamaEnergetics for Bringing About Deep and Sound Sleep
If you are looking for a natural solution that will bring out a restful and peaceful sleep, HijamaEnergetics is the way to go. No matter what the cause of your difficulty to fall asleep, we will identify the blockages in your body and work on clearing them out. When the blockages are opened up, energy and blood flow is reestablished and your body will be able to function as it was meant to function. We offer a 4 month Multi-Session treatment for sleep disorders. You surely deserve a good night’s sleep and wake up refreshed and energized.
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