Hypnosis help for Parkinson’s Disease
I received this email from a man in Palm Desert, CA, who asks, “Will hypnosis help for Parkinson’s Disease?”
“Roger, I met you at the Palm Desert Chamber of Commerce breakfast. One year ago, I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease.
Initially I mostly experienced tremors and some slowness of movement. Over the past 3 months I’ve noticed changes in my handwriting and voice.
I don’t really know what Medical Hypnosis is, but will hypnosis help for Parkinson’s Disease?
Hypnosis can help
“Thank you so much for reaching out to me and yes, I do believe that hypnosis can help you with the Parkinson’s Disease.
One research study’s results revealed a 94% reduction in rest tremors following treatment. Self-reported levels of anxiety, depression, sleep quality, pain, stiffness, libido, and quality of life also showed improvements.
Another study showed improvement in pain, sleep difficulties, anxiety and depression. And, a study suggests that daily sessions of self-hypnosis can be a useful therapeutic adjunct in the treatment of Parkinsonian tremors.
Clients who have Parkinson’s have reported to me that with the self-hypnosis that I taught them, the MP3 recordings I gave to them and our one-on-one sessions, the reduction or elimination of Parkinsonian tremors has been lasting beyond the session.
Please know that Medical Hypnosis is used in cooperation with your professional medical treatment and it is not an alternative to or replacement for professional medical care. Be sure to consult with your physician and continue medical treatment.
I do have hypnosis Mp3 downloads to support you.
Please give me a call at (760) 219-8079 or send me an email to Roger@HypnosisHealthInfo.com. I am happy to answer your questions and to get you scheduled for your first session. We can meet at Palm Desert Hypnosis at 74-967 Sheryl Avenue, Suite 7, Palm Desert, CA 92260.”
Your Hypnosis Health Info Hypnotic Suggestion for today:
My body knows just what to do to keep my body strong, calm, steady and balanced.
Subscribe to my daily blog posts now, right there in the sidebar.