Hypnosis for Pain Control
There is a solution for chronic pain and you can find lasting solutions. Literally hundreds of studies have show the methods of mindfulness based hypnosis, and related approaches can stop pain and help you to feel good again. Call (210) 325-1567 today and discover a lasting solution. Hypnosis for Pain Control San Antonio.
Do you suffer from Chronic Pain?
Does pain interfere with your sleep?
Does your chronic pain drain your energy?
“Hypnosis is a safe and effective treatment for the management of persistent nonmalignant Pain.”
A 2004 study published in the Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, suggested that hypnosis can change the way the brain processes pain signals. This change reduces brain activity that is assigned to feelings of distress while the pain sensations continue to be received. An anesthesiologist, Sebastian Schulz-Stubner, M.D., Ph.D., notes hypnosis is “approximately 65-70 percent effective against pain.”
What if your pain level was reduced by 50% or 80% or even eliminated? What could you accomplish in life?
A March 19, 2006 article in Time Magazine titled “Mind over Medicine” describes Hypnosis as “an alternative to sedation that is making a comeback in the operating room.”Research done at the University of Iowa in 2004 noted that hypnosis can actually reduce anxiety in the pain network of the brain. This evidence was published in the December 2004 issue of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine.
The Basis of Pain Management
Hypnosis can enable you to naturally release the pain blocker called endorphins into your body. The endorphins can lessen or even eliminate your suffering. Hypnosis can also help your mind tune out the pain.
Simply illustrated, take a moment and try this experiment. Place your hand on your right knee. What do you feel? As you place your hand perhaps you can feel your hand on your knee. Or you may feel the clothing beneath your hand on your knee. Or you may feel your fingers resting on your knee. The REAL QUESTION is why didn’t you feel or notice the other things I asked UNTIL I drew your attention to them? The reason is, your unconscious mind tuned out the sensations because they were not important. Your brain did it automatically.
Imagine what your life would be like if you could teach your subconscious mind to tune out pain as easily as you did by noticing your hand against your knee?
Hypnosis can be used for back pain, cancer victims, arthritis patients, fibromyalgia patients and even migraines. Pain is the brain’s interpretation of a signal it received from a nerve. The gateway of these signals can be regulated by hypnosis. Being in a relaxed state, removed from feeling anxiety, desperation and other negative effects of pain, is the environment hypnosis uses to help the pain signals to be blocked to the brain.
Hypnosis for Pain Control
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Three Sessions to Success
Most of my clients benefit in the first session from hypnosis, and report reduction in pain and improved performance. Although single sessions hypnosis sessions are available at $175, I recommend a three session commitment to get the most out of our time together. In three sessions you can master the primary strategies that research shows really work. The three session package is $379.
Hypnosis Effective for Pain Control and Reduction in Anxiety
Hypnosis is effective for pain control and the reduction of anxiety. Reviewed studies provide clear and significant evidence that participants who receive hypnosis for painful medical procedures, for the pain control of chronic or acute pain, and for the reduction of anxiety, gain moderate to large positive benefits and effects. These positive benefits have been consistently shown to continue over at least six to twelve months.
Davis, E., (2015), Literature review of the evidence-base for the effectiveness of hypnotherapy. Melbourne: PACFA.
Hypnosis effective for pain control
Painful procedures, treatments, or diseases remain a major nursing challenge, and nurses need complementary ways to relieve pain from surgery, tumors, injuries, and chemotherapy. This article examines the evidence based related to hypnosis for pain management, as well as how to assess and educate patients about hypnosis.
Hypnosis for Pain Management. Sharon M. Valente, RN, CS, Ph.D., FAAN. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services. February 2006 – Volume 44 · Issue 2: 22-30