Hypnotherapy for insomnia - David Samson is a London Clinical Hypnotherapist, specialising in hypnosis for insomnia, poor sleep and early morning waking syndrome


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David Samson | Hypnotherapist | London

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Dear David,

*'I'm pleased to report that I've slept really well all this week. Yesterday was hilarious in fact. I slept for 10 hours, 2 more than planned in fact and straight through the alarm! I was over an hour late for work. Thankfully my boss thought it was hilarious and is delighted I'm sleeping so well these days! I had to rush out yesterday lunchtime to buy an extra loud alarm clock. Marvellous!'

Thank you so much again...Lexy Rose

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What is insomnia?

Insomnia is the suffering of poor sleep combined with irregular sleep patterns. Insomniacs tend to either have difficulty getting to sleep when they first get into bed, encounter disturbed sleep patterns, early waking syndrome or a combination of all these.

By not enjoying a restful, quality night's sleep a person finds themselves unable to react correctly and appropriately in situations and it also has a considerable negative effect on a person's mental and physical health. It is very common for an insomniac to feel continually tired,  emotionally unstable and anxious

'HYPNOTHERAPY CURED MY INSOMNIA'

NOW Magazine April 2013
 

After trying everything to cure her insomnia, Now Editor Sally Eyden, 35, tried a less conventional sleep therapy

There's a reason sleep deprivation was once used as a means of torture. I would lie awake for hours watching minutes turn into hours and night become morning as I struggled to get to sleep. I tried all the conventional methods: hot milk before bedtime, dousing my pillow in lavender and running miles to physically exhaust myself in the hope I'd finally get to sleep. But nothing worked. It was time to try something a little unconventional. Which is how I came to be sitting in the office of David Samson, a Harley Street hypnotherapist ...MORE


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What causes insomnia?

In a perfect world, when the time comes for us to go to sleep, we need to be in a wonderfully relaxed state. If there is something troubling a person, maybe financial, emotional, personal, employment or relationship issues, either consciously or subconsciously, or perhaps they are suffering from depression, this will interfere with the natural process of sleep. It is quite common for people who are depressed to 'over-dream'. This leaves them in an exhausted state the next day.

The body has a built-in mechanism that tries to protect them by waking them up early in the morning in an attempt to stop too much dreaming taking place - this is what is known as early-morning-waking syndrome. If this pattern of disturbed sleep continues over an extended period of time, a person will begin to get anxious before they even get into bed, subconsciously asking themselves 'will I or won't I have a good night's sleep tonight?' This is where 'habit' kicks in...even if the original cause of the insomnia is no longer a problem.

Hi David

*I am back to sleeping well - even on Sunday nights. Some nights I get to sleep quicker than others and some mornings I can sleep through the sound of the first DLR and some mornings I can't. I sense that the more really good nights of sleep that I have the easier they are to achieve - does it act as positive reinforcement?

 I will let you know if the situation changes but for now all is going well. I am very grateful as it is making a massive difference to my general outlook and attitude - it is amazing what a good night's sleep can do!

Kind regards, Caroline Winter


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David Samson featured in EVE MAGAZINE
 Hypnotherapy for insomnia article...
"I've slept like a baby ever since" Nicky Baker


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How can hypnotherapy help insomnia?

The traditional way of treating insomnia is through the use of prescription drugs such as sleeping tablets. Sufferers also turn to herbal and natural remedies. Whilst these can help in the short term, the prolonged use of these products will gradually weaken their effects and the person will find themselves having to increase dosage to gain benefit.

Hypnotherapy is totally different approach to dealing with the problem of insomnia. It is a very relaxing experience and it allows sleep to come much easier and has no harmful side effects. Hypnotherapy for insomnia also helps a person develop regular and healthy sleeping patterns.

THE TIMES - BODY & SOUL MAGAZINE (INSOMNIA ARTICLE) 27/11/04
'Happily, I'm still sleeping well. What I found most useful was being taught to hypnotise myself. I see the techniques that I have learnt as a future weapon against insomnia'

 
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