How would your quality of life improve if you could manage your pain and reduce any discomfort? Are you beginning to feel like there’s nothing that could help? Pain is one of the greatest burdens in modern society. While pain can be necessary to alert us to a problem, it can also persist long after we have sought medical help. It’s like a burglar alarm that keeps ringing long after the burglary has been addressed.
Hypnotherapy - Ease Your Pain
Whatever your pain or its cause, there is hope. It is understandable that you should seek physical treatment to address a physical problem and it’s vital that you do first seek medical help with any symptoms of pain. But once you have done this there may still be pain, which can then be helped by using the remarkable healing powers of your mind.
Deep inside you there is the ability to successfully manage your pain and reduce your discomfort. You just need some help tapping into it. Which is why using self hypnosis and hypnotherapy can be so effective.
Studies Into Hypnosis For Pain
Hypnotherapy Reduces Frequency and Intensity of Migraines
Anderson JA, Basker MA, Dalton R, Migraine and hypnotherapy, International Journal of Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis 1999; 23(1): 48-58
Hypnotherapy Reduces Pain and Speeds up Recovery from Surgery
[Hypnosis and its application in surgery] Faymonville ME, Defechereux T, Joris J, Adant JP, Hamoir E, Meurisse M, Service d'Anesthesie-Reanimation, Universite de Liege, Rev Med Liege. 1998 Jul;53(7):414-8
Hypnotherapy Reduces Pain Intensity
Dahlgren LA, Kurtz RM, Strube MJ, Malone MD, Differential effects of hypnotic suggestion on multiple dimensions of pain. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management. 1995; 10(6): 464-70
Hypnosis Reduces Pain of Headaches and Anxiety
Melis PM, Rooimans W, Spierings EL, Hoogduin CA, Treatment of chronic tension- type headache with hypnotherapy: a single-blind time controlled study. Headache 1999; 31(10): 686-9
Hypnosis Lowered Post-treatment Pain in Burn Injuries
Patterson DR, Ptacek JT, Baseline pain as a moderator of hypnotic analgesia for burn injury treatment. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology 1997; 65(1): 60-7
Hypnosis Has a Reliable and Significant Impact on Acute and Chronic Pain
Hypnosis and clinical pain. Patterson DR, Jensen MP, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA USA 98104 Psychol Bull. 2003 Jul;129(4):495-521
A major new review suggests that around 28 million adults in the UK are affected by some type of chronic pain (pain that lasts for more than three months). With an ageing population, it is likely that the prevalence of chronic pain will increase and the need for pain management and relief will grow.
If you suffer from pain it is important you seek professional help. There are a number of treatment options available for people struggling with chronic pain. Do not suffer in silence. Manage your pain and live the life you deserve. Contact me and see how I could help.
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*NOTE: RESULTS MAY VARY. HYPNOSIS RESULTS WILL VARY FROM PERSON TO PERSON. NO INDIVIDUAL RESULTS SHOULD BE SEEN AS TYPICAL.
You should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies or treatments.