Many people have also seen many different health professionals and had little or no success in finding relief, often stating no one listens and litterally losing all hope that things can get better.
Chronic pain can come in may forms from diseases such as artheritis, fibromyalgia, back pain, neck pain and more. It's also intersting to also find that even people who experiance the same condition often experiance the pain in different ways and have varying ways of coping with and managing that pain.
Hypnosis has long been popular of it's effectiveness in reducing the severity of chronic pain and learning to control it so people can live a happier and healthier life with reduced levels of discomfort.
What makes pain worse?
The often common symptoms of anxiety and depression related to chronic pain disorders has actually and is continually been shown to make the severity of pain worse. Over a period of time with people who have continually suffered this can seem live a deep dark whole which is impossible to get out of.
Also on a biological level this increases the release of adrenaline of adrenaline and nonrenphine which reduces the immune response of the body and placing futher stress on ourselves thus increasing pain.
What can hypnosis do to help reduce pain?
Hypnosis can first be used to install a sense of hope within someone that things can get better. This first helps in us percieving we can get better and find some level of relief.
We can then build in specific pain control stratigies which will look at teaching people specific skills to begin applying in thier day to day life to reduce the frequency and severity of thier discomfort.
Using hypnosis we use a model of gradual movement. If you rated the severity of your pain now from 1-10 where would it be at? If we could then move that by 1 or 2 points would that be a good starting point in finding some relief?
So if you wish to learn more about how hypnosis can help you please visit: www.sydneyhypnosisclinic.com.au for more information.