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Sleep anxiety: Effective Treatment

Updated: Nov 8, 2021

Hypnotherapy uses the deeply relaxed and natural state of hypnosis to help people create positive emotional and behavioral changes in their lives. It is a solution-based treatment that has been proven to be effective when working with a variety of sleep disorders including insomnia, sleep apnea, and snoring.

A typical course of treatment for someone with a sleep disorder will consist of an in depth consultation followed by two or three 60-90 minute sessions. More sessions are sometimes recommended depending on the needs of the person.


Getting proper sleep is crucial to maintaining good physical, emotional, and overall health. If the quality and quantity of sleep is insufficient a number of moderate to severe health effects can arise.

Adverse effects of poor quality sleep can include:

  • Memory issues

  • Trouble concentrating

  • Mood changes

  • Accidents

  • High blood pressure

  • Higher risk of diabetes

  • Weight gain

  • Risk of heart disease

With its emphasis on physical and mental relaxation, hypnotherapy can be a highly effective treatment for sleep issues. For example, with the help of a therapist a person suffering from insomnia can learn relaxing self-hypnosis techniques that calm the body and mind. In a more relaxed state, sleep becomes easier to achieve and maintain.

Good sleep hygiene and health habits can also be cultivated and reinforced with the help of hypnotherapy. Positive hypnotic suggestions given in the trance state can support changes in diet, exercise routines, and more effectively dealing with anxiety or racing thoughts.


How Can Hypnotherapy Help Someone Sleep?

Getting proper sleep is crucial to maintaining good physical, emotional, and overall health. If the quality and quantity of sleep is insufficient a number of moderate to severe health effects can arise.

Adverse effects of poor quality sleep can include:

  • Memory issues

  • Trouble concentrating

  • Mood changes

  • Accidents

  • High blood pressure

  • Higher risk of diabetes

  • Weight gain

  • Risk of heart disease

With its emphasis on physical and mental relaxation, hypnotherapy can be a highly effective treatment for sleep issues. For example, with the help of a therapist a person suffering from insomnia can learn relaxing self-hypnosis techniques that calm the body and mind. In a more relaxed state, sleep becomes easier to achieve and maintain.



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