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SNAP! Unhypnotizing Hypnotherapy. Got sleep?

Are you having trouble sleeping? Are you aware of the many things that can disrupt your sleep? Did you know that Hypnotherapy can help with sleep issues?

Tune in as Dr. Bunny Vreeland tells you more. Sleep is vitally important to your health! Let Dr. Bunny help you get the incredible, restorative sleep you need!

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 and let her show you how valuable hypnotherapy can be!

About Dr. Bunny Vreeland:

Dr. Bunny Vreeland has been a professional model, an award winning Color and Image Consultant, Radio & TV Show host, and, for the past 20+ years, a Board Certified, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Life Coach, Ordained Minister and the Founder of the Vreeland College of the Healing Arts where she sees clients for Hypnotherapy issues and teaches Accredited Basic and Advanced Hypnotherapy classes on a regular basis.

She was a professional model with a major agency in Los Angeles for a number of years, and a published author of a best seller on the subject of Image, entitled, “How To Be A Woman – 15 easy Steps to Presenting Your Best Image”.

Because of Dr. Bunny’s diverse background, she is the go-to person for questions that run the gamut from Hypnotherapy, a Holistic lifestyle, beauty and image, to health, wellness & positive living.

Dr. Bunny created www.MercuryBroadcasting.net to answer your questions, bring you fascinating guests on a variety of topics, and share her knowledge of things that are important in your life.

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
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Ask Dr. Bunny. Can a Magic Lamp help you sleep?

Dr. Bunny just returned from Abu Dhabi & Dubai, where she was gifted a Magic Lamp. Some say that you can ask a Magic Lamp for 3 wishes. So, can a Magic Lamp help you sleep? Can it help with any health issues?  Hmmm… tune in and find out!

About Dr. Bunny Vreeland:

Dr. Bunny Vreeland has been a professional model, an award winning Color and Image Consultant, Radio & TV Show host, and, for the past 20+ years, a Board Certified, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Life Coach, Ordained Minister and the Founder of the Vreeland College of the Healing Arts where she sees clients for Hypnotherapy issues and teaches Accredited Basic and Advanced Hypnotherapy classes on a regular basis.

She was a professional model with a major agency in Los Angeles for a number of years, and a published author of a best seller on the subject of Image, entitled, “How To Be A Woman – 15 easy Steps to Presenting Your Best Image”.

Because of Dr. Bunny’s diverse background, she is the go-to person for questions that run the gamut from Hypnotherapy, a Holistic lifestyle, beauty and image, to health, wellness & positive living.

Dr. Bunny created www.MercuryBroadcasting.net to answer your questions, bring you fascinating guests on a variety of topics, and share her knowledge of things that are important in your life.

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Also visit: https://bunnyvreeland.org/https://vreelandcollege.org/https://upgradeyourlifewithdrbunny.comhttps://communicatewithanyone.wordpress.com/

SNAP – Sleep Hypnosession by Dr. Bunny Vreeland

Sleep Calmly with Hypnotherapy

Sleep Calmly with Hypnotherapy

Dr. Bunny believes that hypnosis can play a role in helping some people sleep better.

Have you ever tried it? Do you have sleep ‘issues’?

According to the Sleep Foundation website,

“Treatment for sleepwalking in adults may include hypnosis. In fact, there are many cases in which sleepwalking patients have successfully treated their symptoms with hypnosis alone.”

 

There has been a lot of research to support the fact that hypnotherapy can help with sleeping, including a study on the effects of ‘Hypnosis and sleep’ published on June 19, 2014 by HealthDay News.
A team of Swiss researchers reported that a short session of hypnosis might lead to a better night’s sleep. They went on to say that, after listening to a sleep-promoting audio tape containing hypnotic suggestion, women who are suggestible to hypnosis spent two-thirds less time awake, and about 80 percent more time in deep sleep compared to those who slept without the hypnotic suggestion.
“There have been many reports that hypnosis can be a good thing for promoting sleep,” said study co-author Bjorn Rasch, a professor with the department of psychology in the division of biopsychology and methods at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland.
“However, usually they’ve been based on people just subjectively indicating how well they feel they’ve slept as a result,” Rasch noted.
The new study is the first to assess via measures of brain-wave activity “the positive impact hypnosis has on deep sleep and to show that it is, in fact, real,” he said.
At issue is the desire to boost so-called deep sleep, also known as slow-wave sleep.
This type of sleep “often correlates with the most restorative sleep — it’s a time for your brain to process and rejuvenate from the challenges of the day,” explained Dr. Kim Hutchison, assistant professor of neurology and sleep medicine at the Oregon Health and Science University in Portland.
“Over the course of people’s lives, with age, the amount of deep sleep drops off significantly. And by the time you’re 50 or 60 you hardly have any, depending on the person,” said Hutchison, who was not involved in the new research. “With age, non-refreshing sleep becomes a very common complaint, and one of the reasons can be not getting enough slow-wave sleep.”
So, what do YOU think? Can Hypnotherapy help YOU sleep better?

Sit back or lay down and let Dr. Bunny help you fall asleep…….

 

For more information on Hypnotherapy and sleep or other issues please feel free to contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at:

(805) 482-8111
E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Also visit:

https://bunnyvreeland.org/

https://vreelandcollege.org/

SNAP! Dr. Bunny Discusses Sleep Issues

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Jes Scott in Dr. Bunny’s hypnotherapy chair

Join Dr. Bunny and Jes Scott to learn the secrets to a great night’s sleep. This is Part 1 in the  Sleep Series. Please send us questions about your sleep concerns to our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/mercurybroadcasting/?fref=ts and be entered into our $100.00 contest!

At some point in their lives, for any number of reasons, nearly all Americans will have difficulties sleeping.  Poor sleeping patterns or habits can effect anything from moods, to diet and out of the ordinary weight change, to memory loss and cognitive executive functioning.  When moods change, or weight, or memory, one of the first things to look for is your sleeping patterns.

Here are some simple steps to take that will help you to sleep better tonight:

1.  Create a bedtime habit.

Try going to bed and getting up  at the same time every day, even on weekends.

We are creatures of habit, and our sleep is no exception. By consistently going to bed and getting up at the same time, we condition our body to follow a regular pattern of sleep. This allows our body’s natural clock, called a circadian rhythm, to help initiate and maintain our sleep.

2.  Try to create a bedroom that you enjoy and are comfortable in.

Is your bedroom quiet, dark, cool, and comfortable?

Studies find that sleeping in a cool environment is most conducive to sleep. By eliminating excess noise and light, we can minimize the disruptions that might wake us up. In addition, the bedroom should be a relaxing place and not a source of stress.

3.  Remember the primary purpose of  your bedroom.

Bedrooms are for sleeping and sex, not for watching television or doing work.

Somehow we have managed to make the bedroom a multipurpose room. All electronics must be removed! Televisions, gaming systems, computers, telephones, and various other gadgets are stimulating and disruptive to sleep. Don’t allow them in your bedroom and don’t use them in the brief period before going to bed. Even the small amount of light from a computer screen in the evening hours can stimulate your brain into thinking it is time to be awake. Moreover, do not use the bedroom to do work as these activities are likewise stimulating and will disrupt your sleep.

4.  Refrain from stimulants if possible.

Avoid caffeine, alcohol, and nicotine 4-6 hours before bedtime.

Caffeine can be found in expected places like coffee, soda pop, or tea, but also in unexpected foods like chocolate. As a stimulant it will keep you awake, even if used nearly six hours before bed. Likewise, nicotine will disrupt your sleep. And contrary to common practice, an alcoholic “nightcap” can actually make your sleep worse. Though it may cause you to become drowsy, alcohol fragments the stages of your sleep and makes it more disrupted.  A critical stage in the sleep process is called REM, for Rapid Eye Movement.  When alcohol-induced sleep occurs, the brain and body actually skips this step and you end up with restless sleep.

For more information on Hypnotherapy and sleep or other issues,

Please feel free to contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at:

(805) 482-8111

E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Also visit:

https://bunnyvreeland.org/

https://vreelandcollege.org/

Dr. Bunny

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