Hypnosis for Insomnia and Skype hypnosis

Insomnia is the chronic inability to sleep well.  Whether it’s a difficulty in falling asleep, staying asleep or waking too early and not being able to go back to sleep.  Sleep deprivation can affect many areas of your life.

Sleeping problems and insomnia is suffered by around 35% of the population at some time in their lives. Insomnia is a much more serious problem than most people think. Long term lack of sleep is bad for your health but can cause poor performance at work and decrease your ability to make good decisions and react appropriately to certain situations. The many healing and rejuvenating qualities of sleep disappear when sleep deprivation is involved.

The insomniac’s mind races out of control and endlessly turns over real and imagined events. All of us suffer this at times such as when sitting exams, moving house, relationship problems etc.

Some people resort to sleeping pills. Unfortunately, the drawbacks of sleeping tablets is that you can get addicted to them and they lose their effectiveness overtime.

Hypnosis has none of these drawbacks.  Hypnotherapy can provide relief from the problem of insomnia and also improve other areas of your life.

You will be taught self hypnosis so that you can relax yourself to get into a sound comfortable sleep. In fact, many people come to see a hypnotherapist for something they believe to be completely unrelated and are amazed that their sleep improves as a consequence of dealing with the other thing. This is one of the most empowering effects of hypnosis – you learn to change one thing and so many other things fall into place.

Hypnosis for insomnia sessions are held in Enfield, Winchmore Hill, Grange Park N21 or Muswell Hill.

Or you can choose to have your hypnotherapy session in the comfort of your own home via skype hypnosis.  This way you can allow yourself to drift off into a nice peaceful sleep after the hypnotherapy session.

If you would like to have a free no-obligation chat about how hypnotherapy can help you with insomnia, please call me on 07932 084 321 or email me

Please see my success stories page where I have helped many people overcome insomnia.

Insomnia hypnotherapy testimonial – from someone who hadn’t slept  for 17 years

Dear Bridgette,

I feel quite emotional when I reflect and think about what you have done for me within one week.

I have my sleep diary with me which I’ll show you.

But basically after our first session, I went to bed at around 10.30pm it took about an hour and a half to fall asleep, but, then I was disturbed by Mark coming home at 2am. But I was so excited about being able to fall asleep and telling him all about my session with you, I suppose I woke myself up. So I began again with my mantra and finger thumb touching, and the relaxing techniques, and the STOP, shouts at interrupting thoughts, it took a few occasions but at four am I fell asleep, now this is unusual because I usually would not get back to sleep. But the next day I did feel “bright new day” feelings. (Willy Russells “Blood Brother’s”, if you’ve not seen it, go to the theatre for a treat and watch the best show in London)

Monday slept from 2300 – 0700 (loo break)

Tuesday slept from 2230 – 0700 (loo break, had to use alarm clock for first time in years, had to get instructions out of drawer in how to make it work)

Wednesday 0100 -0700 alarm, (I wanted to stay up til 0100 talking to my partner and had to say we have to go to sleep, I didn’t want to, because in the last few years I didn’t have the energy to do this. woken by alarm for work. (this was my twelfth day without a day off, so,

The next day within 15 minutes of going through the procedure I was asleep.

Sunday, I had to go out to a function and was worried about drinking, and whether it would disturb my sleep. I had three pints of beer and slept all night, apart from when I woke and had to go for a wee. But was asleep within 15 minutes

So, anyway, I have an appointment with my doctor (who wanted to put me on anti-depressants)  on Tuesday, when he has some students with him. I shall in no uncertain terms ask him why he or anyone from his practice has never suggested Hypnotherapy as an alternative to pills. Its as though whenever you sit in the Drs that everyone has a miserable face, but when they come out of the consulting room, if they have a ticket in their hand (prescription/sick note) they have a smile on their face.

Confidence –Well since last week, I’ve been chipping in at meetings, my confidence is out of the roof . You know how you have the little angel on one shoulder who tells you to do the right things, and the devil on your left or vice-versa, the one who tells you not to say anything has been given the back seat! I’m a bit frightened of what the naughty but good Angel might say,  I am contributing to meetings in a way that has been noticed by work. My actual work colleagues have started to notice. There has not just been a significant change, but an absolute life altering one and at present, I hope this will last for a long time. At present, I am tablet free and loving life. I feel like a 25 year old! Confidence has returned.