Insomnia & Sleeping Problems
Sleep is one of the most important things we as humans do; it is intrinsically linked to both our mental and physical health and wellbeing and not getting enough can be completely debilitating, affecting every aspect of our life. However, having sleeping problems is almost a given in this stressful, hectic age. In fact, a lot of us think of our insomnia or irregular sleeping habits as being the norm – we put up with being constantly exhausted and don't consider that something can be done about it.
In 2011, a team from the Medical University in Tokyo finished a two year study which found that those who don't sleep well have double the risk of suffering from depression compared to those who do. And The Great British Sleep Survey, conducted in the same year, discovered that a whopping 51.3% of Britons fail to get a solid night's sleep on a regular basis.
A lot of the more common sleeping disorders or problems people suffer from can be symptoms of such complaints as stress, negative thought patterns, anxiety or depression – all of which can be big factors in sleeplessness. Using a combination of psychotherapeutic and hypnotherapeutic techniques based on neuro-scientific research, Solution Focused Hypnotherapy can help you to react differently to and cope better with the anxiety and stress, learn how to properly relax and fundamentally change your sleeping patterns. In just a few sessions, you could see a dramatic difference in your ability to sleep soundly and peacefully and you might be surprised at just how easy it could be*.
For more information on how we can help you*, or to book a free initial consultation with us, please get in touch by giving us a call or filling out our contact form...
*Hypnotherapy is an effective method of treatment, however success is not guaranteed and full client commitment is important. For example, listening to our accompanying therapeutic audio tracks between sessions is a vital element in the process and participation is required. This will be fully explained in the initial consultation. Results may vary from person to person.