Everything feels better after a good night’s sleep.
So when sleep is difficult life gets tough. Your immune system, your mood, your memory, and your relationships all suffer with poor sleep.
You’ve probably tried everything and anything to improve your sleep, as you know sleep is fundamental for good health and happiness. And it’s a vicious cycle, with one poor night’s sleep blending into another until you have chronic insomnia. There may be obvious reasons impacting your sleep such as caring for a baby or small child, or shift-work but it may be daytime worries or other less obvious factors that are keeping you awake.
It really doesn’t matter so much why you can’t fall asleep, what you really need right now is to know how to fall asleep. Okay, so you’d get to sleep better if you avoid stimulants, switch off your screens and follow good sleep hygiene, but maybe that’s not enough for you to find those elusive zzzzz’s.
Hypnosis and going to sleep are benevolent bed-fellows…