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PainIf you have suffered from chronic pain in any area of your body then you don't need us to tell you how debilitating it can be. Pain of any kind is unpleasant but chronic pain, especially over a very long period of time, can have major repercussions across many spectrums of your life.
It is true that pain is a beneficial and necessary part of the healing process. Pain acts as the body's natural warning system. It exists to let you know that you need to give some attention to a damaged part of the body.
However, for some people the pain does not stop even when treatment is administered. There are also instances where pain seems permanent as there is no treatment for an ailment or illness. In both these cases suffering pain is unnecessary.
In many cases, regardless of the causes of your pain, the symptoms are much more difficult to deal with than the causes.
Hypnosis is a Proven Pain RelieverHypnosis is now a well established tool for pain relief. In fact, relieving pain is one of the most common uses of hypnotherapy and clinical hypnosis.
How hypnosis works is still not fully understood. However, the positive effects of this powerful mind/body tool are so evident that both the American Medical Association and The British Medical Association advocate the use of clinical hypnosis for pain relief!
As well as the many thousands of people who have benefited from its use there is also a mountain of scientific evidence that supports the effectiveness of hypnosis for reducing pain.
Hypnosis has such a proven record for pain relief that some surgeons now use it instead of drugs during operations. For example, Dr. Elvira Lang, associate professor of Radiology and Medicine at Harvard Medical School, pioneered recent studies that suggest hypnotherapy is extremely effective at controlling pain during surgery.
In fact, hypnosis has such a proven record of reducing pain that recent scientific studies are no longer conducted to find out if it works but are undertaken to find out why it works!
The Scientific EvidenceAssistant professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Washington, Shelley Wiechman Askay, PhD, released a report titled "Using Hypnosis for Spinal Cord Injury Pain Management" after having great success with hypnosis.
Dr. David Patterson, UW clinical psychologist in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, at Harborview Medical Center, found that hypnosis was highly effective at reducing pain levels in burn victims.
In April of 2009, the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis released the findings of a study conducted into the effectiveness of hypnosis for pain relief on people who suffered from Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and chronic pain.
The volunteers, who used the hypnosis, experienced a great reduction in their levels of pain which were still evident 3 months after the trail.
This research was taken a step further when a clinical study in Norway divided volunteers who suffered from Chronic Widespread Pain into two groups. One group received conventional treatment while the other group received general hypnotherapy.
At the end of the study researchers discovered that the volunteers who received only one 30 minute hypnotherapy session just once a week (designed for relaxation and to promote "ego-strengthening") experienced a 20% reduction in their pain levels!
This 20% pain reduction was still evident one year later without the volunteers having undergone any additional hypnosis.
As a note, it was also surprising that those volunteers who received conventional therapeutic treatment and no hypnosis experienced a 21% increase in their pain!
Modern Hypnotic Pain ReliefThe power of hypnosis lies in its ability to quiet the conscious mind and gain access to the subconscious mind through a trance state. Once in a state of trance positive affirmations, also known as post hypnotic suggestions, are given to the subconscious mind. These suggestions then act as commands which the subconscious mind immediately acts upon. The deeper the trance state the more effective the hypnotic suggestions will be.
In recent years hypnosis has taken many leaps forward. With the development of Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) and the advancements made in 21st century mind-altering audio technologies it is possible for anyone to enter extremely deep states of trance.
Using modern hypnosis it is possible to reduce pain or, in many occasions, even eliminate it.
This ability of the mind, to control pain in the body through hypnosis, is often demonstrated by stage hypnotists. A stage hypnotist will place a volunteer into trance, "wake" them and then pierce their skin with a needle or other implement without pain or bleeding occurring in the volunteer and with no side-effects.
Hypnotists have become highly proficient at controlling pain using hypnosis. However, attending regular personal sessions with a hypnotherapist can be very expensive.
Therefore the key to successfully reducing pain through hypnosis, without having to incur many costly visits to a clinical hypnotist or hypnotherapist, is to find a hypnosis product that can do the same job at a fraction of the cost. We intended to find one that could do just that!
Hypnosis ReviewsObviously we knew from the outset that hypnosis is capable of reducing or even eliminating pain. Therefore the aim of this review was not to find out if we could elicit pain relief from the use of hypnosis. Our aim was to find a cheap, effective pre-made hypnosis product that could do the same job as a skilled hypnotherapist!
1. Reduce stress in the mind & body.
2. Reduce muscle tension.
3. Relax the mind & body.
4. Target the pain at its root.
We felt that any good hypnosis session should cover the above mentioned areas for several reasons.
Firstly, it is well known that stress exacerbates pain so stress reduction is an important aspect of any pain relief plan.
Secondly, reducing muscle tension and creating relaxation in the body has been shown in clinical trials to greatly reduce pain. Even relaxation exercises can reduce pain levels. However, when this relaxation is created through hypnosis the effects are much more profound.
Thirdly, and obviously, everyone does not suffer pain in the same way or in the same areas of their body. Therefore we wanted to ensure that the hypnotic session we chose was able to target your pain without having to be overly specific about where the pain is originating or why the pain is there in the first place.
Chronic Pain Relief HypnosisThe session which we found produced the best results is "Chronic Pain Relief". This is a 60 minute hypnotic session which incorporates all the necessary factors for reducing pain that we listed above.
The benefits from listening to this well-scripted hypnotic track are evident from the very start. As the induction process relaxes your body and calms the conscious part of your mind you enter an alert, yet extremely restful state of mind and body.
Within 5 to 10 minutes you should be experiencing a trance state. This state tends to deepen with each additional listening session.
Trance is a state of heightened awareness where you remain extremely mentally focused on one or more topics - as directed by the hypnotic induction.
Although this hypnotic track is capable of producing very deep states of trance you may only experience light trance in the beginning depending on the levels of pain you are experiencing.
We found that if the listener's pain is severe then it often took a few sessions before they experienced the full benefits of trance. The good news is that with patience and perseverance deep states of trance do come.
Even those reviewers who only experienced light trance states in the beginning, still experienced a great deal of relief from their pain. With deeper trance states the pain seem to disappear or the person became somewhat detached from it - like they were the witness of the pain and not really partaking in it. This phenomenon is a little hard to explain and must really be experienced before it can be truly comprehended.
In our tests we discovered that after the hypnotic session was finished the pain relief usually stayed at the same level for several hours before returning at a greatly reduced level compared to the level it was at prior to the hypnosis session.
ConclusionHypnosis is a scientifically proven aid for reducing pain. The effects are both immediate and long-lasting.
When choosing the best hypnosis product for reducing, or eliminating pain, we wanted to ensure it would do several things; reduce stress; reduce tension in the mind & body; create relaxation; and target the pain at its root without being too specific about the area or type of pain.
We found that "Chronic Pain Relief" was the best product because it was capable of producing all the aforementioned effects.
The session lasts approximately 60 minutes and it is advised that you listen to it an average of three times per week. In our tests we found that although the results remained the same they were much faster coming when you listened to the hypnosis session every day.
For best results you should always listen to a hypnotic track over at least a 30 day period. We recommend more. Obviously if you listen daily then 30 days should be more than adequate. However, if you can only devote 3 or less days a week to your hypnosis routine then you should listen to the session over a 60 day to 90 period. This ensures the results you get remain permanent.
The levels of trance experienced by our reviewers in the beginning ranged from light to very deep. It seemed the depth of trance was dependant on the intensity of the pain they were experiencing.
However, after several sessions all reviewers were able to experience fairly deep trance states and gain all the benefits that such a state brings.
The hypnosis is offered on CD with free International shipping or is available as an instant download in MP3 format. The MP3 is much cheaper and better value for money.
With a full 90 day money-back guarantee the manufacturer of this hypnosis product is showing their confidence in its ability to help you reduce your pain. When you listen to it you'll know why!