Thank you for visiting my website to take advantage of this complimentary help to improve your sleep.
We need good quality sleep to function properly, and by stressing over the Coronavirus we are keeping our minds and bodies wide awake and on high alert when they need to recharge. While it is natural to be worried about the future with the Coronavirus still impacting day to day life, we need to ﬁnd ways to control these worries to limit the negative effects of poor sleep.
Unlike sleep medications, sleep hypnotherapy has no side effects so it can be an aid for those who can’t or don’t want to take sleeping pills. Being unable to sleep only creates more frustration and leads to more tiredness, so if you are experiencing sleep problems during lockdown, then I would encourage you to take advantage of this FREE hypnosis download and look forward to achieving a better nights sleep.
The recording is best listened to through headphones.
N.B This is a hypnotherapy recording, and the only people it is not suitable for are individuals with serious mental health issues, such as Schizophrenia and Clinical Depression.
You can download the recording here:
In combination with listening to this recording once a day, I would highly recommend incorporating the following strategies as part of a healthy sleep routine:
1. Limit news intake and avoid your mobiles and tablets for at least an hour before bed.
Do something to boost your mood before bed - a humorous television programme or an uplifting podcast can help you sleep.
2. Have structure to your day. Our brains and bodies love structure. Wake, exercise, eat and sleep at similar times each day.
3. Focus on your breathing. Think about resting rather than sleeping. Follow your breathing by silently whispering the words ‘in’ and ‘out’ to induce sleep.
4. Learn to relax. Relaxation can switch off the stress response, both physically and mentally. Find something that works for you, whether that is mindfulness meditation, progressive muscle relaxation, deep breathing or a long hot bath.
5. If you can’t sleep, stop tossing and turning and get out of bed.
Your bed should not be a battleground. Try watching a short comedy on TV, make a drink or read for 15 minutes.
If I can help or give you any further advice, do please get in touch.