Do you suffer from a chronic pain condition?
Is this pain affecting your physical and emotional wellbeing?
Would you like to take control of your pain?
Hypnotherapy can help you to manage your pain and discover a more positive outlook.
Chronic pain affects many people, making life a challenge. Just getting out of bed can be a struggle. None of us want pain to interfere with our enjoyment of life but there are times when it feels as though it has taken over. Not only does chronic pain affect us physically, but it has an emotional impact on how we view ourselves. There are steps you can take to help yourself in the management of your pain, which your doctor may have already discussed with you, such as exercise, diet and keeping a diary of symptoms. Have you considered hypnotherapy?
Hypnotherapy can be a powerful tool in changing your perception of the pain you feel, whether there is a physiological reason for the pain such as arthritis or a more complicated condition such as fibromyalgia. As someone who has lived with a chronic pain condition for a number of years, I have found hypnotherapy invaluable. Using a variety of techniques, I can help you to understand how pain messages reach the brain, before using hypnotherapy to help you experience a reduction of discomfort. The second stage involves equipping you with techniques for self-hypnosis which you can use at home and drawn upon as part of your self-care programme. You will be surprised at the results.
Home visits may be possible for clients who find it difficult to travel as a result of their condition.
It is important to understand that hypnotherapy will not cure the cause of the pain and you should not stop any medication or treatment offered by your doctor. Hypnotherapy is a way of complementing your existing treatment to help you live a fuller life. I advise that you speak to your GP before commencing hypnotherapy.
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You can read a short article I wrote for the website Pain Tips by clicking here. Pain Tips was devised by Pete Moore as a resource for people living with pain and for the healthcare professionals who support them.