Sleeping is a natural, integral part of our existence - without it we wouldn't be able to function.
Sleep helps to rest and repair our minds and bodies, so when it's disrupted, the implications can be debilitating.
Some of the effects of Insomnia:

  • Mood swings
  • Stress and anxiety
  • Exhaustion
  • Irritability
  • Lack of concentration
  • Impaired Memory
  • General tiredness
  • Risk of accidents or injuries
  • Depression
  • Weight gain

The above list is by no means exhaustive.
Please feel free to contact me to discuss any symptoms or issues not mentioned here.

We can all suffer from lack of sleep from time to time, without any lasting effects but ....

Persistent insomnia has serious repercussions on our health and wellbeing, and has become such a common problem here in the UK that it affects about one in three people.

There are two types of insomnia, transient (short term) and chronic (long term):

.  Transient - lasts a few nights or weeks and can be connected to stress related incidents or events such as moving house, bereavement or losing a job.

.   Chronic -can last months or even years and may be connected to conditions such as depression, anxiety or pain.

The effects of insomnia on health can vary from low mood swings and irritability to deep depression and difficulty coping with day to day tasks.

Hypnotherapy is an excellent way to help overcome insomnia by reprogramming the mind using relaxation techniques and tapping into the subconscious to discover the root cause, removing any possible triggers and offering positive suggestions for change and deep relaxation.

As you are unique, your hypnotherapy treatment will be tailored to suit your specific needs and requirements and can therefore range from anywhere between 2 or more sessions.
This will be entirely dependent on the initial consultation.

The initial consultation and treatment session will last approximately 120 minutes with further sessions lasting approximately 60 minutes.

Please see the price guide for treatment cost.

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