Insomnia and Sleep


We all know what it is, we all know what it feels like, yet for many the frustration and loneliness of recurring sleepless nights is an all too common experience. Sleep is vital to maintaining good health; it refreshes and restores our mental and physical energy in readiness for the day ahead. It keeps us primed, alert, focussed and supports good emotional wellbeing.


Insomnia is the inability to sleep. It can be debilitating and extremely harmful to our emotional and physical wellbeing. It is deeply distressing. In most cases insomnia exists because of an underlying cause, and is most often due to stress or stressful thoughts. It’s a symptom of something else rather than being an illness or disease in itself.

The surprising truth is that over 90% of us are likely to suffer from insomnia at some time during our lives.

Hypnotherapy & insomnia

Hypnotherapy is highly effective as a tool for resolving sleeping difficulties. In addition to resolving some of the underlying causes resulting in insomnia, the therapist teaches the client to use self hypnosis techniques. This enables the client to switch off or turn down their ‘over-active’ mind chatter and become calmer so that they can return to natural deep restorative sleep.

Listening to one of Lee Tillers self hypnosis CD recordings is a highly effective way of achieving this. All clients that attend our clinical centre receive a complementary copy of his stress elimination audio CD.

Hypnosis and Glotosleep

By clicking here, you can find details of a unique ‘insomnia relief’ product that eliminates the need for medication or 1 to 1 therapeutic intervention. We are the exclusive distributors for the Glotosleep across the entire island of Ireland.

A few facts about insomnia:

  • Approximately 33% of people are suffering from Insomnia right now.
  • 25% claim that work stress, insecurity and financial worries are the main cause of their insomnia
  • In Ireland 71% of Insomnia sufferers in Ireland have difficulty falling asleep, whilst 56% find it hard to stay asleep i.e. they wake up often.
  • 89% of people are not generally getting the recommended eight hours of sleep per night.
  • Women suffer from insomnia 1.4 times more than men.


Symptoms of Insomnia may include:

  • Difficulty falling asleep at night
  • Awakening often during the night
  • Awakening too early in the morning
  • Not feeling rested in the morning after sleep (linked to depression)
  • Daytime fatigue, tiredness and performance decline
  • Depression and low mood
  • Anxiety and panic symptoms
  • Irritability and short temper
  • Poor concentration and reduced cognitive performance
  • Increased errors and accidents
  • Digestive problems