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Do You Have A Problem Falling Asleep And Staying Asleep?


One of the biggest problems for seniors is that of sleep. The amount of sleep that a person needs varies from person to person, but in most cases, we need as much sleep as younger people. When sleep deprivation is a problem, it can affect our lives in many ways — anxiety, more falls, hypertension, diabetes, obesity, brain fog, poor judgment. Getting enough sleep is critical to gracefully age. Perhaps Dr. Bradley Nelson’s Emotion Code might be able to help.

A study of adults over 65 found that 13 percent of men and 36 percent of women take more than 30 minutes to fall asleep. Furthermore, staying asleep poses a big problem for many people as well. Seniors in particular, often need to get up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom. Then it takes a long time for them to fall asleep again.

I have a client who came to me because of sleep problems. I work with people to find the trapped emotions in their problems using a modality called the Emotion Code. However, in this client’s case, there were none. Instead, I found the trapped emotions in “anxiety” so I’ve been clearing them for anxiety which are causing her sleep problems. Clearing trapped emotions is often like an onion where there are layers with each layer popping up with more trapped emotions every few days or whenever the body is ready.

Sometimes, however, the body is not ready to release them. In this case, I determine how many days (sometimes weeks) I need to wait and always on the pre-determined date, I am allowed to do more clearing. Energy work is fascinating; a person’s subconscious is always correct. The person’s body also knows when release is permitted. In some instances, I’m only allowed to release a couple of trapped emotions on the assigned day and once again, I need to wait a few more days to release more. If the body wants to keep the trapped emotions, there is nothing I can do to clear them.

I suggest to my clients whose body wants to keep the trapped emotions and not release them to always have a positive outlook — i.e., what is an ideal situation for you? Perhaps it’s something like, “I sleep well and get up refreshed.” Repeat this many times during the day. This will send a message to your body that you no longer want to keep those trapped emotions. Getting enough sleep is critical to gracefully age.




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