Hypnotherapy for Sleep
Sleep better with Psychotherapy, Hypnotherapy, Emotional Freedom Technique EFT Tapping & Matrix Reimprinting
Felling tired? You’re not the only one!
Over 30% of the population currently suffers from insomnia or another sleep disorder (1) and two-thirds of the population are having less than seven hours of sleep a night which is considered sleep deprived. (2)
The less sleep you have the more anxious you feel, studies found you become 60% more sensitive to negative stimuli (3) when sleep deprived, making people feel far more emotional, irrational and vulnerable.
If you sleep less than 7 hours a night, like two thirds of the population do, you are:
- 4 times more likely to have relationship problems
- 3 times more likely to experience low mood
- 3 times more likely to lack concentration
- 3 times more likely to struggle to ‘get things done’ &
- 2 times more likely to suffer from energy deficiency (2)
The National Commission on Sleep Disorders in the USA conservatively estimated sleepiness accounted for approx 42% of road accidents. Another study found that tired surgeons operated inefficiently and incompetently for nearly a third of the time, scary stuff! (4)
In the sessions you are taught all the latest & best techniques for improving sleep. You will also receive a free CD to help induce sleep. During the sessions the hypnotherapy teaches your body to relax enabling you to slip into a restful and regenerating sleep. The psychotherapy, emotional freedom technique eft tapping and matrix reimprinting all work together to deal with any problems and stressors that are keeping you up at night. Once you learn the ability to switch off you will wake up refreshed and able to handle the day ahead with a clear mind.
“Before going to see Zoe I lived off about 3-4 hours of sleep a night, I was surviving but not very well! I had a few problems and the lack of sleep made everything feel so much worse. I now sleep about 7 hours a night, I feel so much better for it and hoping to make it up to 8 hours soon!”
- 1. National Sleep Foundation USA http://sleepfoundation.org/
- 2. The Great British Sleep Survey (GBSS) 2011
- 3. Matthew Walker, director of UC Berkeley's Sleep and Neuroimaging Laboratory and senior author of the study Oct. 22 2007 in the journal Current Biology.
- 4. National Commission on Sleep Disorders 1992 USA
- 5. Griffin J & Tyrrell I ”Why we dream, the definitive answer” 2004
- 6. Walker MP. "Sleep-Dependent Memory Processing," Harvard Review of Psychiatry (Sept.–Oct. 2008): Vol. 16, No. 5, pp. 287–98.