Self hypnosis for sleep


Hypnosis has long been understood to aid restful sleep and help reduce anxiety. This completely drug-free treatment is completely safe for you to use in the comfort of your own home.



Hypnotherapy for sleep and anxiety works because it relaxes the mind with restful imagery and suggestions. The soothing combination of voice and music promotes deep relaxation. It allows you to forget about your worries and drift into a different world. 

Do I have a sleep problem?

Most of us will be familiar with those rare times when we find ourselves lying awake at night, unable to sleep. This tends to be when we are either anxious, excited or disturbed by a bad dream and usually we will be able to return to our normal routine when things have quietened down. However, for some people difficulty sleeping is something that happens on a regular basis and sleep issues are now considered to be one of the most common health complaints. Sleep problems can have a serious impact on the physical, mental and emotional functioning of many individuals.

Sleep disorders is a term used to describe any problems relating to sleep. These include insomnia, excessive sleep, night terrors, sleep bruxism (teeth grinding) and nocturnal enuresis (bedwetting). Some sleep disorders may be related to an underlying medical condition or be the side effect of prescribed medication, whilst others may have no known medical explanation.


There are a number of warning signs which may suggest a sleep problem:

  • Feeling very tired throughout the day
  • Drifting off mid conversation
  • If your partner is regularly disturbed  by snoring, physical movements, sleep talking or sleep walking
  • If your quality of sleep has changed after starting a new medication 

*Please note that not everyone who exhibits some or all these symptoms will necessarily have a sleep problem and the symptoms of sleep disorders will vary from person to person.

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HOW CAN Self-Hypnosis HELP me?

If you are experiencing a sleep disorder then it is important that you visit your GP who will be able to provide you with a diagnosis and advice as well as being able to rule out any serious underlying medical conditions. At this stage your doctor may then recommend or refer specialist treatment and services, one of which may be hypnotherapy.

Hypnosis is all about changing patterns of behaviour. That is why it works so effectively for many sleep disorders. There are a range of sleep related conditions that respond well to hypnosis:

  • Sleep Walking
  • Nightmares
  • Night Terrors
  • Sleep Talking
  • Teeth Grinding
  • Bed-wetting
  • Sleep Paralysis
  • Restless Leg Syndrome
  • Confusional Arousals

Although the exact cause of sleep problems will vary from one person to the next there are certain factors which seem to be related. Personal trauma, sleep deprivation, medical conditions and some medications are all thought to be underlying causes of sleep disorders.

Hypnotherapy has been used for a long time as a very effective way of altering and reconditioning negative patterns of behaviour. Hypnosis works by accessing the subconscious mind so that old behaviour patterns can be changed and replaced with positive patterns instead. A good example is that many sleep disorders are worsened by stress and anxiety. Usually it is not a situation itself which causes stress but the way in which we react to it; and this is where hypnotherapy can help. By inducing a state of deep relaxation under hypnosis it is possible to gain access to the subconscious mind so that negative thought patterns and reactions to a particular situation can be turned into more positive ones.

Should I see a therapist?

Depending on the cause of your sleep problems it may be helpful to see a hypnotherapist-face-to-face. If your sleep problems began after a traumatic event, a skilled hypnotherapist can help you with this. They may use a technique called hypo-analysis to resolve any trauma that is subconsciously troubling you and disturbing your sleep. 

In the first instance you can see whether hypnosis helps you by trying one of our hypnosis downloads below. They are a much more affordable option than seeing a therapist directly and can be used at night when you need them most.

I now have a good nights sleep and have done so for the last 6 months since starting the hypnosis. Thank you!
— K.R. Winchester

Hypnosis downloads for sleep problems

Take a look at our sleep self-hypnosis downloads. They can help with insomnia, nightmares or simply help you improve the quality of your sleep.


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