Release Pain and Heal
Hypnosis to control pain can be used as a tool. It is a set of techniques to enhance concentration, minimize the usual distractions, and heighten responsiveness to suggestions to alter one’s thoughts, feelings, behavior, or physiological state.
Research shows that hypnosis works as part of a treatment with pain relief or to control pain. Among the benefits associated with hypnosis is the ability to alter the psychological components of the experience of pain that may then have an effect on even severe pain.
Hypnosis can decrease sensitivity to pain, known as Hypno-analgesia. It is associated with significant reductions in ratings of pain, need for analgesics or sedation, nausea and vomiting, and length of stay in hospitals.
How you cope and deal with pain varies-because pain is subjective. Earache for some can be quite painful where others may say toothache to be worse. Someone hearing this will smile and say, you do not know what pain is until you have experienced epidural. Does this make sense?
Pain is a subjective experience influenced by your memory, expectation, stress, fatigue, environment, and genetic programming. This explains why the intensity of your pain may have no relationship to the severity of your injury—because it’s not just the injury itself that causes pain, but your emotional and learned response to it.
Learn more about pain control and how hypnotherapy can help.
Taking just 25-40 minutes in a day to listen to Release Pain and Heal hypnosis sessions will make changes in your mind and body. These powerful suggestions could save you countless days of stress and duress. It can happen naturally and effortlessly. For better results, I recommend you listen to the CD’s at least three to five times a week.
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