Amethyst Therapy

Linda Creamer PG Dip, DCH, Cert. CC Relate/COSRT member
07794 647 442

Insomnia

You can resolve your insomnia and sleeping problems with Linda's help and support. Linda has experience to help you gain a regular good night's sleep with the use of Hypnotherapy, so call Linda today.

Insomnia is a common problem. According to the National Sleep Foundation (UK), 58 percent of people experience it a few nights a week, or more. Insomnia can involve being unable to get to sleep, waking up in the middle of the night, or waking too early in the morning. Left untreated, it can lead to other problems, including daytime fatigue, depression, irritability, impaired work performance, and accidents and injuries. Sometimes it is caused by other medical conditions, but in many cases it's a result of stress: People lie awake at night thinking of everything they should be doing during the day.

Hypnosis, which allows people to tap into their own inner potential for healing and change, is a serious and effective therapy, but it's also a very relaxing and enjoyable experience and a useful tool for treating many ailments, including insomnia that is caused by stress. It's non-invasive and does not involve drugs or their associated side effects. People can also be taught to hypnotise themselves, so they can continue treatment at home, as needed, whenever they have difficulty sleeping.

Hypnotherapy can help with getting to sleep by:

Re-educating the mind to expect to enjoy a good night's sleep
Teaching new relaxation techniques to help the mind and body to slow down at the end of the day. Sleeping becomes much easier in this state
Helping the client to learn techniques to remove some of the noise from a racing mind. Insomnia and most sleep problems are a very modern phenomenon and representative of the pace of modern life
Helping the client to understand some of the causes of insomnia and sleeping problems


Generally, hypnotherapy clients' sleep problems fall into two categories. The first is simply not being able to fall asleep at night. The second involves waking up at an inconveniently early hour and not being able to fall asleep again. Learning effective self-hypnosis skills can help the client to significantly improve their sleep patterns and can help with indirect effects of insomnia and sleep problems such as daytime anxiety and bruxism (teeth grinding during the night).

If you are ready to resolve your sleep problems, call Linda on 0779 4647442 to ask any further questions or to book an appointment. You can also contact us via e-mail and request a call back using the contact page.

*Disclaimer: The results of these services and therapies may vary from person to person.