Chronic pain is debilitating and depressing. Not only does it affect you physically, it affects you mentally and emotionally as well. Free yourself from aggravation of chronic pain. Learn to forget and move through pain and live your life. Hypnotherapy can be one of the most effective tools for managing and overcoming chronic pain. Stanford University, Mayo Clinic and others have long been documenting the effectiveness of hypnotic pain control.
When we encounter the opportunity to assist in the reduction, or elimination of discomfort on any level it is essential to keep in mind the basic understanding that these symptoms have purpose.
Antenatal hypnosis is associated with a reduced need for pharmacological interventions during childbirth.
Several studies have proven that different hypnotic suggestions can reach all of the brain areas involved in pain processing, an ability that is a boon for treating such a complex problem. Hypnosis is one of the most promising things we can offer to retrain the brain’s pain response.
Effects of Self-Hypnosis Training and Emg Biofeedback Relaxation Training on Chronic Pain in Persons with Spinal-Cord Injury:
There is growing evidence that hypnosis treatment can reduce pain intensity.
Interest in hypnosis for pain management has increased with recent evidence that hypnosis can reduce pain (and costs) associated with medical procedures, and there are now an adequate number of controlled studies of hypnosis to draw meaningful conclusions from the literature regarding chronic pain.
Is there help for those suffering with chronic pain?
Almost any person can be trained through hypnosis for pain management, to relieve anxiety, regain muscle control and to respond positively to treatment of any kind.
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“I was afraid I was going to have to have surgery, my knee hurt so much. I mentioned my pain to Roger Moore, and he said to call and schedule an appointment. I did, and after the very first session I had real relief. He taught me self-hypnosis, and any time one of my body parts hurt, I use my self-hypnosis and the ache goes away. I now walk three miles each day, and I am not afraid to go up and down the steps.” ~ Janet
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