Pain Management2018-12-26T22:32:11+00:00

CAN HYPNOSIS HELP TO CONTROL CHRONIC PAIN?

“I’ve heard good things about hypnotherapy but can hypnosis help to control my chronic pain”?  The answer is an emphatic yes!  It can be very helpful with chronic pain and the surrounding issues that frequently come with it.  

Cloud of parting to the sun of hope..

Chase away the clouds of pain with hypnotherapy.

Modern science is proving that hypnotherapy can be a useful tool in the treatment of chronic pain.  In fact, an article from the  US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health, states (that), “In our experience, some patients experience an immediate reduction in pain severity following hypnosis treatment, whereas others can obtain reduction in pain with repeated practice of self-hypnosis or hypnosis sessions.”.  

Chase away the clouds of pain while learning to use hypnosis.  Call Norm Caldwell, C.H.T. (Certified Hypnotherapist) at 734-287-2930 to set an appointment or to learn more about what hypnotherapy can offer you.

 

IT’S NOT UNCOMMON FOR NEGATIVE EMOTIONS TO APPEAR.

It’s not uncommon for negative emotions to appear or to amplify during times of physical duress.  Don’t give in to them because it’ll only worsen the current situation!  According to WebMD chronic pain “can take a toll on your self-esteem and make you feel angry, depressed, anxious, and frustrated.”.

Negative emotions can worsen greatly when ignored and can negate your intentions for physical healing.  Statements like, “I’ll never be able to ________________ again!” or “I can’t go on another day!” can be

Negative self talk can be misleading.

misleading to the truth.  The emotions surrounding statements such as these have the potential to stem into worse things like suicidal thoughts or tenancies. 

Don’t wait for negative self talk to become the controlling factor in your healing process.  More and more people are discovering that hypnosis paves the way for faster, more natural healing.  Learn how you can incorporate hypnotherapy with your medical doctor’s advice by contacting Norm Caldwell, C.H.T. at Simply Success Now.

Call 734-287-2930

 

STILL WONDERING IF HYPNOSIS CAN HELP YOU?

Questions and answers.

Still have questions?

If you’re still wondering if hypnosis can help you or if you aren’t sure of it’s benefits related to chronic pain then you may benefit from the links below.

Check out the  American Psychological Association‘s‘s web page.  Once there you’ll find a few common chronic ailments that have documented occurrences of relief using hypnosis. 

The Arthritis Foundation claims that  Self-hypnosis for arthritis may give you some control over pain.  It’s also stated in this linked article that, “Hypnosis isn’t about

Life saver ring on a post.

Hypnosis can be a life saver!

convincing you that you don’t feel pain; it’s about helping you manage the fear and anxiety you feel related to that pain.”.  While this is all certainly true hypnosis is also about taking back your personal power to create a positive change in your life.  In this manner, hypnosis can literally become a life saver. 

On the Hypnotherapy Directory website you’ll find tons of useful information regarding pain

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Stop wishing for chronic pain to go away. Take action and call today!

management and hypnotherapy.  There it gives the gentle reminder that, “Medications and painkillers can also form part of your chronic pain management plan. Your doctor should always advise this. Painkillers can be effective, however it is important to use them safely as they can have side effects.”.  Keeping this statement in mind, don’t you think that it’s time to give hypnosis a try?  Stop wishing for the pain to go away and take action today!  You have nothing to lose but the agony and suffering.

 

REACH OUT AND EXPERIENCE SOMETHING DIFFERENT.

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Reach out today!

Allow yourself to reach out and enjoy the experience of something new.  Hypnotherapy may be the key to unlocking your greater potential for healing so don’t wait any longer.

Call Norm Caldwell, certified hypnotherapist, at 734-287-2930 to discuss a plan of action that will compliment your current treatment plan.