Hypnotherapy can help you
Hypnotherapy for insomnia. ‘I am definitely improving and feeling so much better
- Hypnosis for insomnia
- Imagine being able to sleep properly again.
- To look forward to a good night’s sleep.
- To be rested and alert during the day.
- You can overcome insomnia for good.
- Hypnotherapy for insomnia may help.
Insomnia is a common problem.
You can treat insomnia with pills. In many cases pills can really help. But most people would rather avoid taking chemicals to get a good night’s sleep.
The cause of these sleepless nights may be physical. This may be due to pain or some other physical issue. Always check with your doctor to see if medical treatment may be right for you. Pain or physical irritability can sometimes be helped with hypnosis. Get your doctor’s agreement for this first.
Much of the time, however, sleeplessness is caused by the way the person is thinking, and therefore feeling at bedtime. Sometimes they are dwelling upon some upsetting incident or situation. This may be real or imagined. This may be past, present or future. Sometimes they feel overwhelmed by many thoughts racing through the mind. Often insomnia is usually just habituated patterns of thinking. A habit, in other words.
Hypnotherapy for insomnia. Re-educate your mind
We literally help to educate and train the mind to move away from the ‘insomnia patterns’. We help you think differently. We do this consciously showing you how changes in the way that they are thinking create changes in the way you are feeling. We also do this and unconsciously. We use hypnosis to help you to re-pattern the thinking and feeling processes. The aim is to help you to sleep well when it is time to do so.
Hypnotherapy for insomnia. How long will this take?
By using this combination of hypnosis and NLP the average number of sessions needed is often just 2 – 3. Sometimes results can be spectacular. If there are other factors such as chronic anxiety or pain then you may need more work.
Hypnotherapy for insomnia Testimonial
Florence had had chronic insomnia compounded by anxiety about having insomnia. This had only made things worse for her…
I am progressing well. I am getting eight to nine hours sleep and much longer stretches of continuous sleep. A couple of nights ago I slept for eight hours continuously which is a great step forward. I am definitely improving and feeling so much better.
Thank you so much for the help you have given me.
Hi,a couple of months ago I had a small car accident and suddenly found myself waking up every night about 2 hours after I had fallen asleep. I tried Zopivane [sleeping tablets] which only speeded up the falling asleep process but I still wake up 2 hours later. I then battle to go to sleep again and find myself in ‘The Twilight Zone’ for the rest of the night. It is unbelievably frustrating!
I have tried everything to break this pattern but no luck!
Sometimes events like that car accident can result in insomnia, it isn’t uncommon. Even a small accident can have a traumatising effect on the brain, even if you dont feel ‘traumatised’ in any other way. Whatever the cause though, it is possible to learn to get back into good sleeping habits, it can just take a short amount of training/hypnosis/therapy to resolve. The people on my website have different ways of working with this issue so it may be best for you to contact the person closest to you as the next step. Best of luck. Steve Tromans: London