You can use your mind by the use of hypnosis can drive you out of your pain
The true gauge of pain lies inside a person’s own mind. Pains interpretation is very individualized. Hypnosis is but one approach to pain management.
One 2003 study suggests that 13 percent of the workforce loses productivity from headaches, back pain, arthritis and other common painful conditions.
People often search inward, to relaxation, stress reduction, and hypnosis to get some relief from living with pain.
John Astin, a researcher at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco believes that, “Our reaction to pain is a big determinant of how much suffering we end up having.”
Pain has many aspects to in, the anticipation of it, the dread of it, the stress involved, the anger towards it and it can even eventually become part of ones identity. All of theses aspects can and often due influence the amount of anguish one has because of having to live with pain.
The brain throught the use of hypnosis can help to restore a sense of control that can become lost when living with chronic pain. This alone diminishes stress as I can attest to as that is how I discovered hypnosis. I said no to back surgery and used self-hypnosis instead. Pain causes stress, and stress causes pain.
A 2000 review of 20 studies of mind-body therapy for low back pain, published in the journal Spine, found “strong evidence” that mind-body therapies could reduce the intensity of the pain. An overview published this year from experts at Ohio University also drew favorable conclusions for biofeedback, stress management and relaxation for migraine headaches.” In addition, research published in 2003 in the journal Psychosomatic Medicine reported that meditation helps with pain. We know that hypnosis combines all these methods and puts one back into control.