We all need sleep... let's rephrase that! - we all need quality sleep. According to the National Sleep Foundation, people who have sleep problems are more likely to go on to develop psychiatric problems than people who sleep well. No surprises there. Furthermore, chronic insomnia can impact health by compromising the immune system. (1)
The right make up of sleep (around 25% REM sleep to 75% slow wave sleep) (2) stabilizes the workings of neurotransmitters in the brain which determine mood and motivation and emotional stability during the day. Sleep is a central pillar on which your mental and physical health rests.
Hypnotherapy, access bars, and emotions codes are consider a very helpful tool for overcoming insomnia.