The experience of pain is powerfully affected by the way we regard it & what we think it means.
Although we all have different sensitivity to pain, these differences are massively affected by the way we learn to experience pain.
Tension and anxiety are powerful amplifiers of pain. Changes in awareness can achieve pain reduction by blocking or replacing pain sensation through other mental processes.
Achieving a relaxed state where pain might otherwise affect us is vital in pain management and pain control. This is achieved by hypnosis.
As early as the Crimean war a military surgeon - James Braid - discovered that using hypnosis in preparation for surgery reduced the dose needed to achieve anaesthesia by thirty per cent. Post-operative pain reduction, speed and general rates of recovery from surgery after hypnosis were substantial. His surgical mortality rates dropped very far below levels normal in military surgery.
Hypnosis and self hypnosis are frequently used to relieve anxiety & provide pain relief in medical & dental procedures. Healing processes are accelerated by hypno-healing. Where anaesthesia is contra-indicated due to medical concerns - correct preparation makes it possible to have surgery without anaesthetic.
Hypnosis also achieves general stress reduction in the system with entirely beneficial results. This contributes greatly to overcoming conception difficulties. Training mothers in Hypno-birthing promotes natural, easy and pain-free birth.
Ideally a child is conceived and carried to term in calm circumstances. Difficulties with conception can result from the stress arising of the process itself - especially when artificially aided. Failure to conceive generates more acute stress where childbearing is attempted in later life.
After birth, life adjustments and the challenges of child-rearing can be eased through the relaxation skills already learned.
Effective hypnotic work can equip you with healing skills which will last you a lifetime. Contact Keith Bibby