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Do Insomnia is defined as difficulty getting to sleep or staying asleep for long enough to feel refreshed the next morning.

Most of us will have experienced disrupted sleep and will know how it feels when we can’t seem to fall asleep. It may be that you're thinking about the next day or have had a coffee too close to bedtime. Perhaps you found it easy to fall asleep, but continue to wake up through the night. Either way, a rough sleep can leave you feeling drained and irritable the next day. Those who suffer from insomnia will experience these feelings regularly.

It is estimated that a third of people in the UK have episodes of insomnia during their lives. While it can affect anyone at any age, people over the age of 60 and women appear to be more susceptible. 


Hypnotherapy and Insomnia 


Insomnia is a common sleep disorder that can make it hard to fall asleep or stay asleep. It also can cause you to wake up too early and not be able to get back to sleep. Cognitive behavioral therapy,  can effectively treat long-term sleep problems like insomnia. CBT helps you find out which thoughts and behaviors cause sleep problems or make them worse. You learn how to replace these thoughts and behaviors with habits that support sound sleep. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for insomnia works to help you understand triggers and replace them with healthy coping strategies. Using a variety of integration of hypnotherapy and psychotherapy offers a successful way to identify and understand sleep disorders and behavioural traits associated with insomnia.

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