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Sleep Disorder


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Cognitive Hypnotherapy for Sleep Disorder and Insomnia in Milton Keynes

It’s estimated that approximately one in four people will suffer from a sleep disorder and or insomnia at some point in their life. Sleep gives you time to rest and build up your strength. Sleep disorder and or insomnia can leave you feeling drained and exhausted, resulting in poor performance at work, lack of concentration and irritability.

Hypnosis is often an effective treatment for you if you are suffering from sleep disorder or insomnia.

Hypnotherapy may help you to relax, both mentally and physically, using varying relaxation techniques. Hypnotherapy may also help you to understand some of the causes of sleep disorder and or insomnia.

Many people suffering from sleep disorder and or insomnia believe they are not going to be able to sleep, which often means they don’t. Hypnotherapy may help to re-educate your mind to expect a good night’s sleep.


  •          Waking repeatedly during the night
  •          Waking early in the morning and not being able to get back to sleep
  •          Not feeling refreshed after sleep
  •          Tired
  •          Irritable
  •          Difficulty in concentrating
  •          Headaches
  •          Difficulty in getting to sleep


Sleep disorder or insomnia is both the cause and effect of many ills of modern life.

Lack of sleep can be a trigger for emotional breakdown as well as causing accidents and impairing performance. As a symptom it exacerbates the associated condition, perpetuating the downward spiral of, for example, depression or anxiety.

Some people need more sleep than other people, and age often influences the amount of time an individual spends sleeping. Generally, a baby needs about 16 to 17 hours of sleep a day, an older child needs about 9 to 10 hours, and most adults need approximately 7 to 9 hours each day. However, this varies from person to person, their lifestyle, diet and environment. Anyone can suffer from sleep disorder and or insomnia; however sleep disorder and or insomnia are very common among menopausal women, the elderly, smokers, alcoholics and the ill.

Sometimes, sleep disorder and or insomnia is simply the result of a broken routine. Jet lag, night shifts, traffic noise, a snoring partner, a cold or a fever are common factors. There are as many cures as there are causes of sleep disorder and or insomnia and it can often be overcome without resorting to medication. But it is still important to see a doctor to ensure there are no underlying health issues to be dealt with.


Sleep disorder or insomnia can last for days, weeks or even years

Sleep disorder and or insomnia can be extremely distressing, exhausting, depressing and frustrating. If the condition lasts 2 to 3 days it’s often referred to as transient sleep disorder and or insomnia, if it lasts for more than a few days but less than 3 weeks it’s usually referred to as short-term sleep disorder and or insomnia, and if it lasts for more than 3 weeks it’s referred to as chronic sleep disorder and or insomnia. Chronic sleep disorder and or insomnia can lead to other health conditions such as depression and the misuse of drugs or alcohol.

If you would like more help or advice about hypnotherapy or to arrange an appointment call 01908 265410*

*results may vary from person to person

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