via Natural Pain Relief Method
Are you suffering with chronic pain?
Are you tired of leading a "limited" life?
- Are friends and families become less supportive?
Are you feeling isolated?
Are you becoming defined by your pain?
Is there anything you can do?
Fortunately, the answer is yes.
Clinical Hypnotherapy for Chronic Pain Relief
Decades of scientific research supports the effectiveness of hypnotherapy for pain management. What has it shown?
- It shows that pain is interpreted by the brain and that the way it is interpreted will influence the amount, type and intensity of the pain that is experienced.
- It shows that there is no single "pain center" in the brain and that hypnosis has the capacity to impact all of the various pain interpreting centers.
What can you expect?
Since there are many causes of pain that are experienced differently by many types of people, you can expect that your chronic hypnotherapy pain management will be customized to you. This includes taking time to accurately assess your situation to understand the course of your pain, past and current methods to manage it, and understanding your personal style of coping. You can expect to be an active participant (no sleeping;) in session and at home (you will be provided with audio recordings of your sessions so that you may listen on a daily basis; additionally, you will be taught self-hypnosis techniques to further enhance your pain management). You can expect that your pain will begin to lessen.....and if you are a person who experiences life interfering pain....you already know that lessening of pain is enormous.
How much will your pain be lessened? The relief you obtain is depenents on a number of factors. This .includes your commitment to the process (e.g keeping appointments as scheduled and doing homework as assigned); however,once you have been suffering with chronic pain, you already know that any reduction in pain would enhance quality of life. It is important to realize that hypnosis cannot "cure" chronic pain; however, abundant scientific research supports the efficacy of it. Note the following excerpt from an article archived on the National Center for Biotechnology Iinformation (NCBI) website. The NCBI is a part of the United States National Library of Medicine (NLM).
in some cases, may be maintained for several months. Further, in a few studies, hypnotic treatment was found to be more
effective, on average, than some other treatments, such as physical therapy or education, for some types of chronic pain."
Hypnotherapy for the Management of Chronic Pain