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Insomnia


Do you long for a decent night’s sleep? Do you lie awake each night with your brain going round in circles? Do you nod off during the day because you are not sleeping enough? If so, you may be suffering from insomnia. This condition is becoming increasingly common in our modern lives, as we work and play even harder. So if insomnia is affecting you, what can you do to resolve it?

The physical and mental benefits of sleep

Sleep is more valuable than many people realise. Not only does it help to recharge our physical energy, but allows the body – and mind – to heal from the previous day. Without proper sleep, our bodies do not function so efficiently. Over a period, this can lead to significant mental, physical, and emotional problems. Sleep problems are something that many people feel that they have no control over. However, it is possible to break the cycle and regain a proper sleeping pattern again.

So how would life be different if you could get back into a sensible sleeping routine? How much healthier and happier would you feel, knowing that you are sleeping properly? What would it feel like to manage the stress that keeps you awake at night?

Returning to sleep naturally

Hypnosis can help, as it is connected with the part of your mind that holds your beliefs, habits and behaviours around your sleep problems. Using a variety of therapeutic techniques with the integration of hypnotherapy renders it a highly successful way to identify and understand sleep disorders and behavioural traits associated with insomnia.

hypnotherapy for insomnia sessions works at clearing the stress, anxiety and unhelpful patterns that are preventing you from sleeping or having good quality sleep, resolving any underlying emotional issues that may be in play and also reacquainting the subconscious mind with your innate ability to sleep.

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