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Explanation of Pain

Published on August 11, 2013 By Kathy

Using the word “pain” creates more pain, as it is referred to as a “painted” word. Start using the word “discomfort” instead. Some pain sneaks up on us and sometimes it can be too late to correct the underlying cause. First, there is the pain that we are aware of, like hitting our thumb with a hammer. […]

Hypnosis and Childbirth

Published on December 30, 2012 By Kathy

In our society women are hypnotically programmed to have substantial pain during the childbirth process. It is now believed that as a child grows inside the mother’s womb, the child hears what’s going on outside. Although what the child hears, other than the emotion of the conversation, is not understood by the child, after the child […]

Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS)

Published on November 18, 2012 By Kathy

According to the Mayo Clinic, “doctors don’t know what causes fibromyalgia.” Physical or emotional trauma may play a role in development of the syndrome and some evidence suggests that fibromyalgia patients have abnormal pain transmission responses. The National Institutes of Health database suggests that the disorder may possibly be caused by decreased blood flow which […]

Hypnosis and Surgery

Published on July 15, 2012 By Kathy

Here are some ways hypnosis assists patients before, during, and after surgery as well as throughout recovery: *Prior to surgery, hypnosis can reduce anticipatory fear, anxiety, and tension, and increase confidence by developing a calmer, positive state of mind. A positive attitude helps a patient participate more fully in his/her health.*Hypnotic analgesia can reduce or […]

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