Hypnosis for palliative care
This clinical hypnosis for palliative care study is an exciting find for me! “Hypnotic treatment in severe chronic diseases, for pain and symptoms relief, has proven efficacy as adjuvant therapy, and should be offered to any individual, who expresses an interest in this method.”
I’ve known that for years – my excitement is to read it in the Annals of Palliative Medicine. And, the second sentence is also exciting to me, “….hypnotizability may be characterized as a constellation of potentially modifiable attitudes and skills….”. I’ve had always said that 100% of people can be hypnotized. This review article backs that up with “modifiable attitudes and skills”. People may choose not to be hypnotized to improve their well-being, but then they most likely will continue in their trance of pain and suffering -whatever that may be.
I would love to have the opportunity to talk with you about how clinical hypnosis can benefit you. I invite you to take advantage of my free hypnosis consultation. We can meet in my Palm Desert Hypnosis office or online worldwide with video conferencing. To schedule, give me a call at (760) 219-8079 or send me an email.
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Clinical hypnosis for palliative care in severe chronic diseases
Abstract: Hypnotic treatment in severe chronic diseases, for pain and symptoms relief, has proven efficacy as adjuvant therapy, and should be offered to any individual, who expresses an interest in this method. While some theorize hypnotizability as a changing attribute of the individual, there is a growing body of literature that indicates hypnotizability may be characterized as a constellation of potentially modifiable attitudes and skills, which are strongly influenced by related factors, as suffering, in severe chronic diseases. In this article, I briefly review representative studies recognizing how clinical hypnosis in medicine is an effective complementary therapy, for pain and symptom’s relief in severe chronic diseases and in palliative care. This paper highlights: (I) a scientific review to underline how clinical hypnosis has an important impact on the treatment goals and integration in relieving pain and symptoms; (II) the advanced techniques for effectively relieving pain and symptoms.
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