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karen@cbt-hypnotherapysolutions.com
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ASH, Canterbury, Kent. UK

Strength does not come from winning. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength.

CAN HYPNOSIS HELP WITH INSOMNIA?

Yes! Hypnosis is extremely effective for sleep disorders.  

I helped 1 client, who had not slept at all well over a 2 month period (after an illness) within just 2 sessions!! He didn't understand how it worked, had not been convinced it would work - but it DID!

You are not alone! Do you feel your GP is not listening? Have you been prescribed medication which, by itself is not helping?  

 

If you suffer from a sleep disorder it is likely that you now suffer from anxiety, exhaustion, an inability to focus, short temper, anger, a feeling of losing control and addiction to sleep medications or stimulants (taken to keep the body going even though it’s exhausted). Through hypnotherapy I can help you move that heavy fog you feel on top of your head and help you to a happier life!

 

Hypnosis can help conquer problems causing sleep disturbance, remove your sleep anxiety altogether, re-establish a regular sleeping habit. 

 

A hypnotherapy session is extremely relaxing and peaceful and a 15 minutes hypnosis session is the equivalent to 4 hours deep sleep!

INSOMNIA

Though sleep is called our best friend, it is a friend who often keeps us waiting!

-Jules Verne

Sleep problems​ can present as insomnia, hyper-somnias (excessive sleepiness) or parasomnias (nightmares, sleep-walking etc) and they can all result in distress and anxiety for the person experiencing it. 

 

Those who suffer with sleep problems may find it to be a temporary problem, a regular experience triggered by increased stress or one which has been with them since childhood.

 

Sleep problems often cause concern about the daytime consequences: daytime fatigue, impact on functioning (rather than insomnia itself); mixed anxiety and depressive features or impact on mood (e.g. irritability),.

Are you suffering from sleep disturbance (or associated daytime fatigue)? Is this making you dread going to bed?  Do you find yourself anxious, worrying and 'know' you wont sleep? Do you experience worry about your lack sleep? Is your sleep disturbance depressing you, making you angry or creating a short temper? Do you feel unable to relax, stop and/or unwind?