On 23rd March 2020, the UK’s Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, issued an instruction none of us have ever heard in our lifetimes; “You must stay at home”. Lockdown began. From this moment forward, almost every aspect of daily life changed immeasurably.
In my hypnotherapy practice, approximately 90 to 95% of the clients I work with for anxiety suffer from some form of sleep issue. Unfortunately, many people unwittingly sabotage their chances of a restful sleep by making common pre-bedtime mistakes and therefore struggle to fall asleep or wake up in the night.
Mention Hypnotherapy and most folks will likely conjure up images of people making a fool of themselves on a stage while a crowd laugh at them. This is stage hypnotism and is a completely different beast. Hypnotherapy is a unique and highly effective therapy, allowing profound change to be made in a relatively short time span. I hope that after reading this article, you will find that I have dispelled the many myths and rumours surrounding hypnosis and possibly helped you to make up your own mind as to whether Hypnotherapy is something you’d like to experience for yourself or a friend or loved one.