For some people the problem is getting to sleep, for others it is staying asleep. And for the unluckiest, it is both.
I had a client last year who had lived by a railway track for 10 years quite peacefully and then all of a sudden, the noise of the trains started to bother him at night and he couldn’t sleep. He also became sensitive to the noise of his neighbours, noise that never bothered him before. Three sessions later and he was back to his old, peaceful sleeping pattern.
Whether you have always struggled with sleep or whether it is a new thing in your life there are steps you can take to improve your situation. Hypnosis can help you relax and also help you to accept noises that you hear. To be at peace with them.
Snoring is something I am often asked about and whilst it is difficult to treat the snoring, it is a little easier to treat the one who hears it.
Some people have thoughts whirring through their mind when the lights go out and this stops them sleeping. There could be an emotional blockage that needs clearing. It may be something less dramatic, a faulty signal from one part of the brain to another.
Nightmares are usually your unconscious mind alerting you to something that it would like you to deal with. The metaphors it uses can be confusing but hypnosis is a great way to deal with it.
I also teach self-hypnosis to use before bed to clear your mind and put you in the best state to sleep peacefully.