Insomnia: TBTalks (again)

It’s that time of the month again…

Last month I was helping people rediscover sleep and I figures you might be interested, especially as I wrote & recorded a bespoke 20 minute Hypno-Slumber mp3 for you to listen to at bedtime. It’s free, gratis and for nothing. Entirely complimentary in a sort of no need to pay for it kind of way rather than being rather than being flatteringly nice. You might find you don’t remember listening to it once you wake up?

insomnia, mp3, hypnotherapy, anxiety

There’s always one more sheep

Here’s a quick excerpt.

Click on the link below to read more (or to get the link for the Hypno-Slumber mp3).

“…Estimates vary but it is thought that between a third and a half of British adults suffer bouts of insomnia. As the most common causes of insomnia are Anxiety and Stress, insomnia is a symptom that many of my clients are very familiar with.

The September edition of TBTalks looks at insomnia and how lack of sleep affects not only our ability to function but our health as well. Scroll down to find useful tips to help you manage insomnia and encourage restful sleep. 

The good news is that we can recover really quickly from lost sleep. Once your insomnia has gone, you’ll feel refreshed with just a few good nights sleep…” {READ MORE}

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2 thoughts on “Insomnia: TBTalks (again)

  1. Any advice on staying asleep? I can fall asleep like an instant coma, but the staying asleep… Frustrating is an understatement.

    • Hi Heather,
      Many apologies for the late reply, for some reason it’s only just come through to me.
      Insomnia takes many forms and for some, like yourself, it isn’t the going to sleep that’s the problem, it’s the waking up and staying awake. This is often a symptom of depression / low mood. I’ve recently added a Depression quiz to my website which you could try if you feel like it: Depression Quiz
      You may find that the ‘Hypnotic-Slumber mp3 helps with this. It’s designed to unravel the unconscious intentions behind being awake (usually a safety or protection mechanism that’s misfiring). Rather than use it to go to sleep, I’d suggest listening to it during the evening, once a night for around 2 – 3 weeks and see how it changes things.
      The other piece of advice is to acknowledge that your mind is trying to do something good for you (eg keep you safe) and instead of trying to get back to sleep. Get as much rest as you can & let sleep happen when its ready. Frustration tends to feed the protection mechanism instead of promoting sleepfulness.
      If you think that therapy may help, I do work with clients over Skype / Facetime.
      Keep in touch and let me know how you get on.
      All the best

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