Helen Sangha BA (Hons) Pyschology, PG.Dip.Lis, MCLIP, Dip.Hyp, BSCH (Assoc). Clinical Hypnotherapist.
tel: 01922 631077 Walsall
One in five of us suffer from sleep problems (insomnia). People who suffer with this miserable condition are likely to experience some of the following symptoms:
Difficulty in getting to sleep and lying awake frustrated trying to drop off.
Waking frequently in the night and being unable to get back to sleep.
Waking very early in the morning, long before they need to get up.
Still feeling tired or exhausted on waking.
Depression, irritability and tiredness throughout the day.
Difficulty concentrating and getting things done.
How do we treat insomnia?
The initial discussion is designed so that we can identify any obvious causes of insomnia. The treatment program will be tailored to treat your particular symptoms and will consist of hypnotherapy and re-programming your subconscious mind so that blissful, refreshing sleep becomes a natural habit.
Normally this can be achieved in one or two sessions.
Occasionally, however, the root of the problem lies hidden in the subconscious and we will need to use analytical hypnotherapy to identify the source and remove it. In this case additional sessions will be required.
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