Ericksonian Hypnosis & Hypnotherapy in South London - Help for Chronic
Clinical Pain,Back Pain,Labour Pain Anxiety Nervousness,Surgery Recovery
& Healing, Clapham,Balham,Brixton, Hampstead - Northern Line
Hypnosis for pain relief & pain management can alleviate or suppress the pain of physical trauma & remove the psychological distress of mental trauma (PTSD). These techniques can also ease the physical restrictions of many physical conditions through freeing up the function of joints and tissues.
Hypnosis and hypnotic processes for anaesthesia for surgery & dentistry also speed surgical recovery. Pioneered by James Braid - an army surgeon in the Crimean war, hypnosis was demonstrated to achieve profound reduction in the anaesthetic required for pain free surgery and pain relief during recovery - producing a 30% reduction in fatalities and recovery times.
Besides being available for surgery where the patient is at greater risk than normal from anaesthesia - hypnosis is also effective in many other physical processes - like labour pain and natural childbirth.
In general the experience of pain depends upon our state of mind. Nervousness & anxiety often confuses past episodes of pain, anticipated unpleasantness and present pain in unhelpful ways where individuals become victims of their own imagination instead of using it to good effect.
The fact is there are so many ways of having other kinds of awareness which bring advantage. Hypnosis enables us to develop states of mind to amplify these capacities.
Anxieties about conception and the pressures that are experienced by either partner may prevent success. Some aspects of artificially aided conception may cause both physical and emotional stress. Hypnotic work with both partners removes blocks to both natural & aided conception & powerfully supports pain - free labour.
Processes like period pain and PMT can be much relieved or eliminated through changed patterns of awareness - learned and reinforced with unconscious suggestion.
Put simply, hypnosis generates and reinforces states of awareness where pain is simply not present. Effectiveness of outcome depends on skill and imaginative capacity in the practitioner to construct reliable methods suited to the individual. Once learned these can be practised and used independently of the practitioner.
The skills you learn will greatly reduce & transform pain so that it becomes un-noticed and easily tolerable.
Contact Keith Bibby Copyright ©Keith Bibby - Clapham January 2011