Where's My Pain?

By: Tasha Khachturian

Dude - Where's My Pain?
I've noticed that clients usually come to me after having tried many other avenues, frustrated and
searching for a solution. Living with chronic pain can be debilitating. It doesn't matter what kind of pain it is; arthritis, back pain, migraines, the pain of cancer treatments, irritable bowel syndrome... the list goes on. As if the physical pain were not enough, there is also an emotional component to pain. Add the energy drain from a long-term history of pain, and serious depression can result.

Fear, anger and anxiety all make things worse.

Many people who suffer from chronic pain are on some kind of pain medication. Unfortunately the brain habituates to these drugs, requiring higher and higher doses. Hypnosis works in a different way, causing the brain to stop responding to pain signals. In the hypnotic state clients enter a place of inner absorption, concentration and focused attention where they are very receptive to positive suggestion.

The management of chronic pain can be greatly helped through hypnosis. Good candidates for hypnosis are people who can easily become absorbed in a sunset or a good book, and who have the ability to become immersed in their imagination. During the hypnotic process, we'll deal with negative feelings and emotions. Here, the capability of hypnosis to shift trends of thought becomes important. It is an extremely important factor that the client accepts that relief is possible. Hypnotic regression to the cause of the problem can lead to understanding and relief. Relaxation, imagery and hypnotic analgesia are utilized in this process so both the emotional and the physical aspects of pain are dealt with accordingly. Motivation is always a key factor in hypnosis. The trick to using hypnosis for pain management is for the client to learn self-hypnosis so that they have tools whenever they need them. Most clients grasp techniques quickly and gain comfort.

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Until next week, Sweet Dreams!

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