Hypnosis for Pain
Hypnosis for Pain - HLH Pain Hypnosis
 

Manage Pain

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CONTROL YOUR MIND, CONTROL YOUR PAIN.
Hypnosis for Pain - Healthy Living Hypnosis

 

HYPNOSIS FOR PAIN - Pain is something that is unique in each and every one of us.  How is that so? We all think differently and perceive differently. My perception of pain may not be the same as your perception of pain. This is what makes it unique.  The mind's perception of pain directly influences how you feel pain physically; therefore, you are the only one that can measure your pain. Your most extreme pain may be mild to someone else if they were able to feel your pain. This is simply because their perception of it may be measured differently. Because of this, no one else but you can know your threshold for pain. 

Our mind is influenced by outside sources such as healthcare professionals who sometimes give their opinion of your pain.  Any labeling or judgment of your pain may directly influence your mind, thus influencing the quality of your pain physically.  For example, if you are told by the professional that you are feeling more pain than usual for your particular condition and that you may have a low pain threshold, your mind processes this information and changes the way in which it interprets your pain. This may actually result in manifesting more pain than you felt before. Though pain has its place in our lives, serving to warn us of possible danger, it can be controlled using the power of the mind.

Pain Hypnosis - HLH

Have you ever heard of people that walk on hot coals bare feet and they come out feeling fine? These people learned to control their pain using their mind.  Various methods to control, reduce, and sometimes eliminate pain are taught using clinical hypnotherapy.  I teach you the methods that work for you to control your pain. We discuss the qualities associated with your pain and then work on decreasing it to help you function comfortably in your life.  Also, while you are controlling the pain, it becomes more manageable for you to function between doctor visits. Once the pain is controlled, we work to eliminate the underlying cause of your physical condition as long as you are referred by a healthcare practitioner to receive such care.

Physical conditions from fibromyalgia to pregnancy pains can be controlled through the use of hypnosis.  Other examples that help with hypnosis include phantom limb pain, cancer pain, arthritis, and back pain.  Whether your pain is acute or chronic, Renukha at Healthy Living Hypnosis can help.

 

In 1996, a panel of the National Institutes of Health found hypnosis to be effective in easing cancer pain.

A meta-analysis (a study of studies) in 2000 of 18 published studies by psychologists Guy Montgomery, PhD, Katherine DuHamel, PhD, and William Redd, PhD, showed that 75% of clinical and experimental participants with different types of pain obtained substantial pain relief from hypnotic techniques. Thus, hypnosis is likely to be effective for most people suffering from diverse forms of pain, with the possible exception of a minority of patients who are resistant to hypnotic interventions.  Dr. David Patterson and Dr. Jensen indicate that hypnotic strategies are equivalent or more effective than other treatments for both acute and chronic pain, and they are likely to save both money and time for patients and clinicians.


Start by Calling me, Renukha, today to help you manage your pain through Hypnosis.