Hypnotherapy for Insomnia

Can hypnosis help with bad sleep?

Nicci Murphy provides hypnotherapy for insomnia 

Hypnotherapy can be the key to help you overcome insomnia or poor sleep

Hypnosis is great for helping you overcome insomnia and poor sleep.

Your unconscious mind has a memory for virtually everything you do, including your sleep patterns, consequently it memorises both good and poor sleep.

Often with sleep deprivation what we begin to focus on is the ‘sleep disturbance’… unfortunately this only goes to reinforce the memory, so we begin to create what we fear happening the most, ‘a disturbed night’s sleep’.

Through hypnosis we reinforce your positive sleep behaviour, focusing on the memory, “the very positive memory of good quality sleep, sleeping deeply and continually through the night and waking up refreshed in the morning”.

Success Stories

'My previous knowledge of hypnotherapy was vague, and I did not know how NLP would work for me. I was in a desperate state when I contacted Nicci, I had not slept in weeks and was scared that I had forgotten how to sleep.

Nicci was able to listen to my concerns and needs and then create a personalised programme over 6 weeks, where we explored different aspects of why I may not be sleeping.

Through hypnosis, I was able to relax and explore hidden fears, I was able to listen to my inner voice and rationalise my thoughts.

Nicci gave me exercises and information to take away with, this gave me tools to use at my discretion and practice some of the techniques. I was able to open up my stress bucket and let my worries and concerns melt away.

I am incredibly grateful to Nicci and I would thoroughly recommend Hypnotherapy and NLP to other people.'  2015

Hypnotherapy and NLP Life Coaching helps with sleep problems

Get In Touch

Call me 

07535 794515

Address

16 Victoria Road, Exmouth, Devon  EX8 1DL (Hands on Health)

Hours

Mon, Wed, Thu: 10am - 7pm
Tue, Fri: 12pm - 7pm
Saturday: Appointment Only
Sunday: Closed

Nicci Murphy

Hypnotherapist and NLP Practitioner

As Shakespeare once said,

"Thinking's never good or bad, it's thinking makes it so..."