Many people find it difficult to fall asleep, remain asleep, or might just feel unrefreshed after sleeping. As there are no official guidelines on the amount of sleep needed each night, it might be difficult to know just how much sleep is “normal”.

If insomnia is affecting your daily life it would be worth consulting your GP so that they can identity and treat any underlying health conditions, such as anxiety, that may be causing your sleep problems.

In some cases talking therapy may be offered, and CBT is often available for free on the NHS.

If, however, you would like to seek an alternative method of complimentary therapy, and your GP has found no underlying medical cause, then hypnotherapy could work very well for you.

We may need to write to your GP, with your permission, to ensure that you have the best support possible. We offer free consultations to discuss your unique requirements and potential issues.