...difficulty getting to sleep or staying asleep for long enough to feel refreshed the next morning.
— nhs

1 in 3 of us are likely to experience insomnia at some point in our lives, occasional episodes can come and go without causing serious harm however for some people it can become more persistent and can begin to negatively affect day to day life.

As well as the physical symptoms of fatigue, psychological symptoms are also triggered and exacerbated by long periods of anxiety. These can include loss of concentration, change in appetite, feelings of loneliness and isolation, withdrawing from social events and activities, anxiety, low mood, lack of confidence and self-esteem and many more.

Hypnotherapy is fast becoming a more recognised method for effectively overcoming insomnia and associated symptoms in a relatively short time scale. 

Hypnotherapy can help…

Most sleep disorders are fuelled and worsened by stress and anxiety. Through positive discussion, relaxation and visualisation, Hypnotherapy works to reduce these feelings, to help overcome negative associations to sleep and allow the mind to form new habits of positive restored sleep patterns.