Sleep hypnosis can help with insomnia. Lack of sleep can lead to low mood, fatigue, a less effective immune system, cloudy thinking, anxiety and through the anxiety an inability to digest food properly and absorb the nutrients. Sleep is so important for good health in both the mind and body and we need it to regenerate and heal. Adequate time in each sleep cycle is vital to restore the energy systems so it can perform all the functions necessary for your wellbeing. If you are suffering from sleep deprivation and have difficulty getting to sleep or staying asleep, hypnotherapy designed for insomnia can help.
Insomnia can be caused by a state of hyper arousal – our nervous system locked into a stressful ‘tired but ‘wired’ feeling. This might be because there is something worrying us, we may feel unsafe or under a lot of pressure. We may not even be aware of the white noise of stress that’s creating the hyper arousal.
During the sleep hypnosis session Diana will take you into a trance speaking with your unconscious to bring about change, allowing your mind and body to truly relax and let go, and be in the ‘here and now’ reducing anxiety and hyper vigilance. She will also teach you self help techniques to improve your sleep.
If you would like to discuss whether hypnotherapy is right for you, please contact me:
"I have had insomnia for about three years. It was getting worse and I had tried many different things such as herbs, changing my bedroom around and trying to do meditation and yoga to calm me. While these things all helped it wasn't until I did hypnosis with Diana that we got to the core of the problem. We worked on some past traumas and on relaxing my body. She gave me tools to work on myself and also helped me identify sleep techniques that worked for me. Once I had let go of these traumas I found I could sleep naturally."
"Ever since I had a baby I haven't been able to sleep properly. I wake up through the night and often only have a few hours. My child is now eight but the problem persisted. Diana used hypnosis to teach me how to sleep again. I am so grateful to finally be able to fall asleep and stay asleep."
Nicole S - Nurse