How to Get Rid Of
Fear Of Sleeping

Fear of sleeping also generally known as somniphobia is a typical human behavior usually occurring at a time just before going to bed.

Seeping phobia is undoubtedly a kind of anxiety disorder, which makes you feel that once in sleep you may not be able to wake up again.

A victim of somniphobia is actually afraid of a state of unconsciousness, which is usually experienced during deep sleep.

Fear of sleeping is actually a fear of unconsciousness followed by an acute condition of irrational anxiety and nervousness.

In such a condition, certain steps should be taken in order to prevent from being afraid of sleeping

How can you get rid of the fear of sleeping?
In order to get rid of somniphobia you first have to reduce the benchmark anxiety level within your brain, which generally becomes reset during a particular condition of anxiety disorder.

When you are irrationally anxious, your benchmark anxiety level is even more elevated resulting in unnecessary panic disorders. However, it is even more insulting that most of the fear eliminating therapies involves months and years in making the individual get rid of fearful conditions.


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It is an established fact that somniphobia causes innumerable people suffer from needless tension and distress.

However, if appropriately treated, you can effectively eliminate fear of sleeping within just 10 minutes a day.

Sleeping phobia can greatly affect your quality of existence. It may lead to unfavorable panic attacks and make you stay aloof from professional associates and loved ones.

Some of the regular symptoms of sleeping phobia include:

  • Shortness of breath
  • Rapid breathing
  • Irregular heart beat
  • Sweating
  • Nausea
  • An overall sensation of dread and fear

Several drugs often prescribed for somniphobia though the medications are never without essential side effects or withdrawal symptoms. However, the truth lies in the fact that drugs cannot completely cure sleeping phobia or any other form of phobic instances.

Drugs can only temporarily subside the condition by providing a short-term relief.

Fear of sleeping usually occurs when you attach emotions to situations and proceed towards a wrong and indefinite destination.

Now, your job is to learn to release your negative emotions for a bright and promising future.

Treatment methods that are successful in treating sleeping phobia are NLP and Energy Therapy





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Posted by Jan Heering
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Founder and President of the Morpheus Institute and
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