Insomnia is difficulty getting to sleep or staying asleep for long enough to feel refreshed the next morning. It’s a common problem thought to regularly affect around 30% of population and is particularly common in elderly people.
Since sleep plays such a vital role in our lives, insomnia ends up affecting all areas of our lives. Without proper sleep, our mind is unable to process the events of our day, which leads to too much stress and in turn affects our relationships, moods and ability to concentrate. It can gradually sap not only your energy level and mood but also your health, work performance and quality of life.
- Difficulty falling asleep at night
- Waking up during the night or waking up too early
- Waking up too early
- Not feeling well-rested after a night’s sleep
- Daytime tiredness or sleepiness and brain fog
- Irritability, depression or anxiety
- Difficulty paying attention, focusing on tasks or remembering
- Increased errors or accidents
- Ongoing worries about sleep
|How can Hypnotherapy help
How much sleep is enough varies from person to person, but most adults need seven to eight hours a night.
Insomnia is often associated with stress and anxiety. However many other factors can play an important role such an uncomfortable bed, or a bedroom that’s too light, noisy, hot or cold. Lifestyle factors can play its part too – such as jet lag, shift work, or drinking alcohol or caffeine before going to bed.
Hypnotherapy can help you to relax and fall asleep more easily by addressing underlying thoughts and behaviours that may be contributing to insomnia. It creates a positive process that encourages relaxation and creates an opportunity to reorient thoughts and emotions to aid in sleep. Clients build better sleeping patterns to help them start enjoying life again by helping them fall asleep, stay asleep, wake up feeling refreshed. During a hypnotherapy session for insomnia, i will guide you into a state of deep relaxation and use various techniques, such as visualization, positive suggestion, and cognitive restructuring, to help you manage and reduce symptoms of insomnia. you will relaxation techniques to manage stress and anxiety, which can contribute to insomnia
Several clinical studies have found that hypnotherapy can be effective in treating insomnia, with some participants experiencing significant improvement in sleep quality and duration after just a few sessions.