Of course one's certainty of an inability to sleep is a large part of the problem. A few sessions of hypnotherapy could change your attitude, eliminate your fears and teach you a self-hypnosis procedure which could remove the problem from your life and in the process enable you to handle problems in a manner less likely to produce sleep destroying stress.
Insomnia has a specific cause. Relief may well involve seeking out the cause if it is unknown. Hypnotic regression may be helpful in such cases. However, relief may instead require medical attention or professional counseling in some instances. It may be necessary to consider your life and habit patterns, discuss them with professional counsel, and then utilize hypnotherapy to create beneficial changes. Simply learning hypnotic relaxation can create physical and mental conditions conducive to achieving the necessary rest patterns.
Insomnia responds wonderfully well to hypnosis. Often, following a hypnosis session, the client will sleep quite soundly due to the deep relaxation achieved during the session itself. Direct suggestions can be given in hypnosis, resulting in sleep at a specific time for a specified period. Individuals can give post-hypnotic suggestions to themselves after instruction by the hypnotherapist. Appropriate suggestions for self-hypnosis might include instructions to concentrate on relaxing daily. Elimination of doubts about one's ability to sleep can be achieved through hypnosis.
Those seeking rapid, effective relief may turn to hypnotherapy. In addition to anchoring suggestions conducive to restful sleep and teaching self-hypnosis, a personalized recording can be provided designed to deal with individual problems. Such a recording can lead the client into deep, comfortable relaxation with instructions at the end of the tape to enjoy restful sleep throughout the night and in the morning to awaken refreshed and enthusiastic about the new day. Your hypnotherapist will replace negative thinking and attitudes with positive viewpoints, resulting in mental conditioning for relaxation, peace, and contentment.