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Do you suffer from chronic pain that is affecting how you live your life? Have you tried all the other pain relief therapies and medication but are still feeling the effects? Hypnotherapy may just be the answer to a more comfortable life for you. It can help with all types of pain from acute back pain, arthritis, sore muscles, chest pain and even headaches.
Pain Management at Inner Depths Hypnosis consists of sessions approximately 1 hour long In these sessions we are effectively training your mind to shift the focus away from the pain, and to also help balance the connection between your mind and body, the right suggestions and metaphors can create permanent new ways of handling pain, thus lowering your overall sensitivity to the effects.
Hypnosis can be a valuable tool to assist people with chronic pain. It is not an alternative to the pain medication recommended by your doctor, it is an adjunctive treatment. Hypnosis has been used for pain relief for many years, and even today is widely used in surgical procedures. It works by changing the way your brain interprets and responds to pain signals.
It is always important to check out what is causing any pain you may experience, as this is your body's way of alerting you to problems and making you take care of yourself. But once it has served its purpose and you have taken or are taking the right course of action to deal with the problem, there is no need for you to endure more pain
The trick to using hypnosis for pain management is to learn the skills so that you can then use them yourself whenever you need them. Hypnosis can help you achieve relief from pain by teaching you how to use your mind to lower the amount of pain you perceive.
Studies have shown that when hypnosis is used for anesthesia - that is, total removal of pain, the pain signals are still generated at the nerve endings, but they are not 'acted upon' by the brain. Or in other words, the brain simply ignores the pain signals. Research has shown medical hypnosis to be helpful for acute and chronic pain.