insomnia

Improve your sleep
with hypnotherapy

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Do you suffer from insomnia?

We all need a good night’s sleep and if you are not then you can improve your sleep with hypnotherapy. The consequences of lack of sleep can be debilitating. Therefore we can develop habits of broken sleep, waking in the middle of the night or waking early or late. Hypnotherapy can help you get to sleep easier and get the most out of your sleep.

Above all sleeping can reduce irritability, help with weight management and reduce fatigue. We regain our motivation at work and at home. Work performance can improve and previous feelings of anger can subside.

During the initial consultation you will receive a hypnotic track. The HYPNOTIC TRACK SHOULD BE PLAYED AS YOU CLOSE YOUR EYES TO SLEEP, as this is key to the process. It relaxes you and encourages you to sleep. More importantly, to helps you slip into sleep that helps with recuperation and mental healthiness.

Many of my clients come with a range of problems that need to be addressed. Furthermore almost all of them will mention they have sleep problems. This can be a disturbed night or the inability to wake up refreshed. People report that their sleeping has improved even after a few sessions.

Here is review from Teresa who came to Cathy for insomnia: ‘I Would recommend Birkdale Hypnotherapy to family and friends, I am sleeping really well from being up at 3.00 and 4.00pm in the morning to sleeping soundly all through the night and feeling good the next day’.

Research into how hypnotherapy improves your sleep

In a study that has now been published in the scientific Journal “Sleep”, it has demonstrated that hypnosis has a positive impact on the quality of sleep, to a surprising extent. It opens up new, promising opportunities for improving the quality of sleep without drugs,” says biopsychologist Björn Rasch who heads the study at the Psychological Institute of the University of Zurich in conjunction with the “Sleep and Learning”.