By M. Ron Eslinger, RN, CRNA, APN, MA, BCH, CMI, FNGH
Captain United States Navy Retired
For use by both adults and children
4 CDs that allow you to chose the program that is best for you to Ensure A Restful Nights Sleep.
National Institutes of Health Supports Hypnosis for Sleep and Pain
The Bed is Made for Two Things - One is SLEEP
The only thing I guarantee my clients is that they will sleep better and only because every client has said "I am sleeping Better." I now share their techniques with you.
Each track has its on technique for helping you go to sleep and remain asleep.
The CDs can be used independently or in combination.
You can find the combination that works best for you.
CONTENT AND INSTRUCTIONS
Get rid of stress and sleep
Listen to this CD first - Then weekly for 4 weeks. Then as often as you like
Self-Hypnosis prepares you for a good nights sleep
Listen to this CD Daily - Not in Bed for 2-weeks
Talking Myself to Sleep
Interactive program to use nightly as you go to sleep
Listen for two weeks while you are in bed and ready to sleep
After 2-weeks use the technique with out the CD
Night Sounds with Bio-Rhythmic Music and Subliminal Suggestions
Many have found this program a wonderful aid just by itself to induce a wonderful peaceful sleep through the night.
Use as often as you like
Wonderful for children
Warning - Do not listen to CDs while driving or operating machinery.
Ron Eslinger, Captain US Navy Retired is an Advanced Practice Nurse, a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist, a Board Certified Hypnotherapist a Certified Master Trainer with the National Guild of Hypnotists Fellow of the National Council for Hypnotherapy, United Kingdom.
He has lectured and consulted internationally on matters of hypnosis, anesthesia, bioterrorism and HIV/AIDS for both civilian and military organizations.
Ron is the recipient of the 2003 National Guild of Hypnotists research award, the 2004 Presenter of the Year and the Life Time Achievement Award from Mid-America Hypnosis Conference. Ron is the owner of Healthy Visions Wellness Center, Oak Ridge, Tennessee and Director of the Center's School of Hypnosis.
Five Critical Features for Relaxation
Place: Find a quiet room where you can work undisturbed.
Position: To learn progressive relaxation, all parts of your body must be comfortably supported. Find a bed, a couch, or a recliner.
Clothing: Wear loose clothing.
Time: Designate about fifteen minutes daily. Try to schedule a fixed time everyday so you won't forget to do your progressive relaxation.
Focus: Try to focus on the particular sensations that come from letting go of tension.