Hypnosis for Chronic Pain in Taunton
We live in a society fraught with disease, stress and anxiety and as a result we’ve come to believe that if modern medicine’s pills and potions don’t work then pain is something we have to put up with as an accepted part of life.
If you’re suffering pain then we would always advise you to seek medical advice to check whether there’s an underlying physical cause and if you haven’t yet seen your GP then you must do so before you’re able to book a treatment with us.
If you’ve seen your GP and there’s no physical cause of the pain you’re suffering, then you’ve come to the right place.
While there might not be a physical or medical reason for the pain you have, there’s always a cause of pain. Drugs like painkillers and anti-inflammatories can ease your suffering, but they may simply mask further degeneration. Other medication can have potentially serious side-effects.
If you look at arthritis for example, there are medicines which can temporarily reduce the inflammation of the joints and ease your suffering. But In most cases, hypnosis can prevent that inflammation and resulting pain much more effectively than tablets and with no negative side effects
Are you struggling with pain and would like to learn how to manage it naturally?
Are you worried about the amount of painkillers you are taking?
Are painkillers causing side-effects that you would like to reduce or avoid?
Hypnotherapy offers a scientifically – proven natural, safe and powerful treatment for pain. It can provide powerful, effective relief allowing you to minimise or avoid painkillers, reduce their side effects and get on with your day.
When pain becomes persistent and long-lasting, it is highly debilitating and causes stress, depression, anxiety, poor sleep, disability, even isolation. Persistent pain negatively impacts on mental health and every area of life, including relationships, work, hobbies and interests.
Typical painful conditions that I help clients manage using hypnotherapy include migraine, headaches, joint pain, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, back pain, pain from IBS, musculoskeletal pains, fibromyalgia, neuropathic pain, phantom limb pain, medically unexplained pain and much much more.
Pain is a feeling and like all feelings, it is subject to change. To change requires a little adjustment to the way we perceive pain and this is done under hypnosis in the unconscious mind.