Hypnosis, also known as mindfulness meditation, is effective for pain control. In fact, a new study shows that hypnosis or mindfulness meditation reduces pain more effectively than placebo. As you may know, I consider hypnosis and mindfulness meditation to be two sides of the same coin. Based on current research, as little as four 20-minute daily sessions of mindfulness meditation could enhance pain treatment in a clinical setting. Mindfulness hypnosis is proving to be powerful and effective and it can change your life. Since 1997, I have been teaching and coaching people with hypnosis pain control techniques. No matter where you may live, if you are suffering with pain, pain management hypnosis is here for you. Call or email me now and discover how pain control hypnosis can benefit you.
Attention guiding and hypnosis for
acute pain management without medication
Acute and chronic pain is a burden to patients. To keep the medication with analgesic drugs as low as possible, additional non-pharmacological interventions prove to be useful. In chronic pain, long term hypnotic therapy is indicated.
The targeted distraction, which needs no special setting, is defined as putting a non-specific sense stimulus near or in deliberately chosen distance from the site of pain. It’s more a kind of “confusion away from symptoms”. The hypnotic trance, however, is led by the patient imagined focusing, escorted by a specialist. A scheduled therapy session is arranged with the patient, which takes place under special conditions. It includes an induction, by means of which the patient is placed in an altered state of consciousness. After further deepening the trance, the perception changes with help of suggestions. At best the patient is devoid of symptoms. In means of chronical pain the patient experiences for the first time that he is no longer helpless.
It is scientifically demonstrated, that both the attention distraction as well as the hypnotic trance represent two effective mechanisms in pain management.
With mindfulness hypnosis you can get your mind and body working in sync towards your health. Hypnosis is effective for pain control. Stanford University, Mayo Clinic and others have long been documenting the effectiveness of hypnotic pain management. Hypnosis has generally been found to be more effective than non-hypnotic pain interventions such as attention, physical therapy, and education. You can learn hypnosis for pain control from Seattle Medical Hypnosis Specialist Roger Moore. Since 1997, I have been a healthcare support specialist teaching people living with pain how to reduce or even eliminate the suffering from pain. If you live too far away from Puget Sound, the Hypnosis Health Info Virtual Office is here for you.
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