Discover how hypnosis for insomnia can help restore your sleep patterns and give you your life back.

Imagine feeling rested and relaxed and ready to sleep… 

Do you dread bedtime? Instead of being a time to relax and unwind – is it stressing you out and leaving you feeling wrung out and tired? If so, I can relate. I’ve been there, as have nearly 30% of the population at some point in their life, and as we all know it can be terribly frustrating not to mention exhausting. Fortunately, I have some good news for you – hypnosis for insomnia is a great way to treat sleep issues.

Insomnia may be experienced in a number of ways. Some people find it difficult to get to sleep in the first place (primary insomnia). Other people wake up a number of times in the night and find it difficult to get back to sleep (middle insomnia). And others wake up very early and are not able to get back to sleep at all (terminal insomnia).

Whichever you suffer from, any kind of sleep problem can be extremely debilitating, leaving you feeling tired, anxious and emotionally unstable the next day. This is turn can impair your ability to function properly at work and even affect your relationships. So, you have done the right thing by looking at hypnosis for insomnia. Insomnia might be manageable for a day or two but any longer and it can be detrimental to your physical health and mental well-being. It’s no coincidence that sleep deprivation has been used as a torture device by Special Forces worldwide for decades to get what they wanted from people!

The primary causes of insomnia

The primary causes of insomnia include psychological factors such as stress, anxiety, and depression; physical factors such as pain, hormone changes, or any number of medical conditions and temporary factors such as the overuse of caffeine or other stimulants. A major change in someone’s environment or a stressful event can also trigger insomnia. This is because we have learned to associate the sleeping environment with being alert.

Irrespective of the cause, the most common solution seems to be the use of medication. But whilst sleeping pills can work as a short-term measure, they do not deal with the root causes of insomnia and can often lead to dependence, which in of itself can lead to other associated problems. Our bodies already have the natural mechanisms to allow us to sleep naturally and well – but occasionally these natural mechanisms need a little help operating properly!


Can hypnosis help with sleep issues & insomnia?

YES! Hypnotherapy can be a helpful approach for addressing sleep problems or insomnia in some individuals. Here’s how Hypnosis for Insomnia may be able to help.

1. Relaxation and Stress Reduction: Hypnosis induces a state of deep relaxation, which can help reduce stress and anxiety, common contributors to sleep disturbances.

2. Cognitive Restructuring: Hypnotherapy can address negative thought patterns and beliefs related to sleep, helping individuals develop a more positive and relaxed mindset about bedtime.

3. Improving Sleep Habits: Hypnosis for Insomnia can guide individuals in adopting healthier sleep habits, such as creating a consistent sleep schedule and a calming bedtime routine.

4. Enhancing Sleep Quality: Some people report experiencing improved sleep quality, including falling asleep faster, staying asleep longer, and waking up feeling more refreshed, after undergoing hypnotherapy.

5. Addressing Specific Sleep Issues: Hypnosis for Insomnia can be tailored to address specific sleep problems, such as nightmares, restless leg syndrome, or sleepwalking.

6. Managing Sleep Anxiety: Hypnotherapy may help individuals with anxiety related to sleep or nighttime fears.

7. Visualization and Imagery: Hypnosis for Insomnia can be used to guide individuals through positive visualizations of peaceful and restful sleep, making it easier to achieve a relaxed and sleep-ready state of mind.

8. Pain and Discomfort Management: For individuals experiencing pain or discomfort that interferes with sleep, hypnosis can help manage and reduce these sensations, improving the ability to fall asleep.

9. Behavioral Techniques: Jane often teach clients self-hypnosis techniques to use when they have trouble falling asleep or wake up in the middle of the night, helping them return to a restful state.

If you are struggling with sleep issues, it’s advisable to consult with a qualified and experienced hypnotherapist like Jane or a healthcare professional who specializes in sleep disorders to develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to your specific sleep concerns. It’s important to rule out any underlying medical or psychological factors contributing to your sleep problems.

Why Hypnosis for Insomnia at the Wisdom Room might be for you? 

However sleep issues affect you individually, I think everyone would agree that insomnia can be an exhausting experience, so you have done absolutely the right thing looking for ways to alleviate this problem. Why suffer in silence when there is treatment available like hypnosis for insomnia which can really help you feel better? As well as dealing with the root cause I provide you with the strategies and techniques to develop healthy sleeping patterns and ongoing relaxation through self-hypnosis.

Here at the Wisdom Room, we take an integrative therapeutic approach using a combination of Clinical Hypnotherapy, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Transformational Coaching and the principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)  to help you improve your sleep by simultaneously retraining both the conscious and unconscious parts of your mind. As a result, you should be left feeling physically more relaxed, mentally calmer, and more ready for a good night’s sleep!




Having suffered for years and years with chronic insomnia, with no relief regardless of anything suggested by my doctor, counsellors or friends, I was persuaded by my daughter to try hypnotherapy and given Jane’s number to call. Almost immediately, in our first session, Jane assessed my thoughts and feelings in very perceptive detail and for the first time, I truly felt there was some hope of freeing myself from my nights of miserable sleeplessness.


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How to get the most from your Sofa Session!

Check Your Space

Being prepared is an important part of therapy. So, please find a safe, warm, space (where you will be undisturbed) for your session. Please do not conduct an online session when you are driving, working, or doing any activity that requires your full attention.

Check You Are Comfy

It's also important that you feel warm and comfortable during your session, so please choose a room with a comfy chair, sofa, or even a bed where you can rest back and relax. Just make sure your back is straight and you don't feel too cold.

Check You Have Water

It's also a good idea to stay hydrated during our session and avoid a dry throat. If you came to see me, in person, for an appointment you would be offered a refreshing glass of mineral water. So, why not pour yourself a glass of water for your sofa session too, or make yourself a mug of tea?! I also recommend making sure that you are not too hungry or too tired before a session to allow yourself to be fully present.

Check You Won't Be Disturbed

If you live in a shared house or have family or a partner, please do let anyone else living in your home know that you need some quiet space for a confidential appointment. It's important that you aren't disturbed by people or pets and you can speak in private.

*If you are in crisis though do let loved ones or your emergency contact know if you need support.

Check The Internet Connection

A reliable and stable broadband connection is necessary (although we will put in place safeguards in case of a connection failure.) One-to-one Zoom and WhatsApp calls are free of charge and the software can be downloaded to tablets and smartphones as well as a computer. But you don't even need to have your own account. I can simply send you a live Zoom link just before our appointment slot for you to click on.

*Please note that occasionally a slow connection may result in video calls dropping out which means we may have to revert to voice-only calls.

Check Your Device

A desktop, laptop, tablet, or even smartphone with a decent sound and camera are all suitable for an online Wisdom Room session. Your device needs to be securely supported and not hand-held though. Remember to switch off any notifications or alerts from emails, or phone calls etc before the session to avoid interruptions!

Check Your Online Appointment Link

Check you have received your Wisdom Room appointment link or email. When booking an online appointment, payment is requested before your session. So, please double-check this has gone through. Only then will you be sent an online link to the session.

Check Your Phone

It's important to have your phone to hand (in case of loss of connection or emergencies) so we can still message each other but please be sure to set it to ‘silent mode’ during the session to avoid disturbance. If we get cut off for any reason I will send you a text or SMS message.

Check Your Sound

Please keep your microphone on during the hypnotherapy as you may be asked to reply to questions. * Please also note that headphones or earpieces can enhance the experience but are not essential. I will ask you whether you would like background music during any hypnosis.

Check You Don't Need The Loo!

Last, but not least, it's always a good idea to schedule in a toilet visit before the session! However, if you need to move, stretch your legs, or have a loo break during treatment that's absolutely fine just let me know!  Your comfort is the priority during any session...

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