TREATING INSOMNIA



TREATING INSOMNIA

We’ve all had trouble sleeping at times but when we’re chronically under rested, everything in life is hurt. Insomnia occurs when the brain is unable to switch into rest mode or maintain the brain wave states needed for a deep and refreshing sleep. The worst thing that can be said to an insomniac is “try to sleep”. When we “Try” to sleep, our brain stays alert and people can often be left with the expectation that no matter how hard they try, a good night sleep will be impossible. Then because they’re expecting to stay awake, guess what happens…and the cycle continues.

There is good news, at Online Therapies, Insomnia will be able to vanish and your sleep will improve. We’ve enjoyed the satisfaction of witnessing clients with barely an hours sleep each night regain a healthy 6 hours. Imagine the feeling of restfulness that particular client felt. Our therapy uses Hypnosis to guide our patients down into the state of mind akin to the midway point between asleep and awake, where we use the Therapy in Hypnotherapy to get to the root cause of your insomnia. When you meet your Hypnotherapist, you’ll be able to go through what may be causing your insomnia and together, recondition your brain to snooze off more easily, and comfortably than before. If your problem is staying asleep, you will. Hypnotherapy is currently scientifically rated as one of the most successful approaches to insomnia because of how it switches the brain from fight and flight to rest and digest before any work is done.

If you think you can’t be hypnotized, you’re not alone. Everyone can. It only depends on the relationship between the therapist and the patient and with a wealth of experience, at Online Therapies, you’ll be in the best of care. Now, with advanced hypnotherapy, it’s never been easier to cure insomnia.

To find out more about therapy sessions and what to expect, arrange a no obligation and totally free of charge telephone consultation for your best therapy solution. Contact us directly on 0203 715 1038 and speak to a specialist correspondent directly.