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Resolve Your Insomnia & Sleeping Problems With Hypnotherapy & Mindfulness.

Adrian Sonnex is a very caring, kind therapist. I went to see him for a course of hypnotherapy to help with insomnia and anxiety. He also introduced me to mindfulness which I have found invaluable in my day to day life. I sleep very well these days and I have my anxiety totally under control. I cannot recommend Adrian highly enough.” *
Kim, Surrey 26/01/12

At Well-being Hypnotherapy & Mindfulness we have over 10 years of experience in working with people with sleeping problems and insomnia. We can help you to resolve your sleeping problems using hypnotherapy and mindfulness.

£10 OFF your first session when you use our Act Now Button. Call us 0208 646 4337 for a free consultation, e-mail us to find out more or request a callback.

We can help you to overcome sleeping difficulties by tackling the issues that may be causing them. These may be emotional problems, difficulties at work, anxiety, depression and thinking over and over about problems usually without getting anywhere with them.

1 in 4 adults experiences sleep problems and left untreated this can increase the risk of developing medical problems.

Hypnosis and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy can help you change unhelpful ways of thinking. Negative thinking especially the fear of the effects of not sleeping causes problems. This makes it difficult to sleep and causes the experience of trying to sleep feel miserable. For example thoughts such as “Tomorrow will be terrible if I don’t get enough sleep tonight” are likely to make it very hard to relax and then fall asleep.

You can overcome the conditioning that occurs with repeated and unsuccessful attempts to sleep. When sleep is disrupted for any prolonged period of time negative associations can develop between pre-sleep rituals or the bed environment and the psychological process of trying to fall asleep.

Please note that other psychological, medical or sleep disorders may be present that will affect sleep.

Psychological problems may include depression, anxiety disorders, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and abuse of substances.

Medical problems that can affect sleep include thyroid disorders, chronic pain and diabetes. In women sleep disturbances may occur during menopause. Certain medications may also interfere with sleep. Other sleep disorders may include sleep apnea and restless leg syndrome. If these are suspected you should speak to your Dr immediately.

Disclaimer: Results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person.


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