In just a few sessions, you can sleep better
It can be very depressing when you can't sleep. Then the worry of being unable to sleep makes sleeping even more difficult. And you think about it during the day, worrying whether you will ever get a decent night's sleep again. So when your head hits the pillow, your mind is already checking for the risk of insomnia. Setting the scene for another night of misery.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy has a track record of success and is recommended by the NHS. Hypnosis has been shown to speed the onset of sleep. I have lots of experience of successfully helping people get out of the wretchedness of insomnia, in just a few sessions, too.
Where the problem is that you have got out of the habit of sleeping well, try these tips for regaining your sleep rhythms.
The way we think has an impact. If your expectations of sleep have become unrealistic, then that might be getting in the way of a good night's rest and cognitive therapy will help. Try this quiz on beliefs about sleep.
Underlying issues that can cause insomnia
- emotional problems
- unresolved conflicts
- difficulties at work
- anxiety and worry
- thinking over and over about problems without getting anywhere with them
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