Note: Anyone seeking hypnosis services for any medical reason,
physiological discomfort or pain, should do so with an appropriate medical referral before any hypnotic
Psychoneuroimmunology researchers, doctors and specialists have done extensive research to show that
the vast majority of pain and pain resulting from physical disorders are psychologically based...
in the mind.
And with hypnosis being the misunderstood yet timeless, safe, natural and effective way to get to the
bottom of why pain continues, relief can be realized.
When seeking the services of a reputable, experienced, certified hypnotism professional,
after a medical referral has been obtained, be sure to ask any questions you need in order to be sure
you found the person right for you.
The work between a hypnotist and you is personal and can be the most beneficial thing you ever did
to relieve and eliminate physical pain.
Pain is a warning signal from the mind that something is wrong.
However, it can also be a false alarm.
Physical pain usually indicates a problem in the body but did you know the body can be the recipient
of displaced energy and emotion?
Well, it's true.
Read what the experts report.
Medscape Today - Pain is a physical, emotional and psychological phenomenon.
Hypnosis is one of the oldest and most documented psychological interventions for
pain management and suffering.
It is obvious that persons who are hypnotized report changes in the way they feel, think, and behave.
However, many studies have demonstrated that self-hypnosis in persons who experience pain or stress can
reduce the need for pain medications.
(Ashton et al., 1997; Cadranel et al., 1994; Chaves & Dworkin, 1997; Hrezo, 1998;
Lang, Joyce, Spiegel, Hamilton, & Lee, 1996; Marchioro et al., 2000; Patterson & Jensen, 2003;
Van der Does, Van Dyck, & Spijker, 1988)
American Pain Foundation - Hypnosis is a widely practiced and time-tested method for managing
There are several possible ways that hypnosis could work to block, reduce, or eliminate pain.
One is that hypnosis decreases the amount of pain signal that gets sent to the brain.
Another way that hypnosis may work is that it redirects one's attention to something other than the pain.
Still another way is that hypnosis may help our mind to know that the pain is there, but not to feel it.
When you get to the root of an issue, the issue can then be set free and isn't that what we all
really want, personal freedom?
To be free of pain and issues that cause us a more difficult life.
Seek the services of a hypnotism professional and start living the way you were meant to… healthy and happy.