Pain Management Hypnosis MP3
Learn how to accomplish Pain Relief using the power of your Unconscious mind with the Pain Management Hypnosis MP3 Download by Mindfit. Use Your Mind to Control Pain Levels, Science based Psychological Hypnotherapy
There are so many studies that show the incredible power of managing pain with the use of hypnosis. Just check out the video below showing an operation preformed in hypnotic trance to manage pain.
Pain Relief is available with the Pain Management Hypnosis MP3 download Hypnotherapy to control and manage your discomfort with pain. Subconscious guided imagery relaxation to register and react to pain in a new way. Find the comfort and freedom from being able to forget to remember to notice acute or chronic pain as you learn to manage and control your levels of discomfort. Listen to the free Hypnosis audio sample for pain control below
Pain Management Hypnosis MP3 Download: Hypnotherapy for Pain Relief
The Pain Management Hypnosis session. Hypnotherapy to help manage the relief of pain, by using the methods discovered to work best in various pain clinics around the world. You can control or at least manage the level of intensity of the pain you experience by using the power of your mind and imagination. You can have pain relief and control the feelings of pain your feel and you can accomplish this with the Pain Management Hypnosis MP3 Download by Mindfit
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Pain Management Hypnosis: Pain Control Hypnotherapy Overview
The Pain Management Hypnosis session. This is a learn-able skill and ability, in fact hypnosis is often used in hospitals in the United Kingdom as an effective form of pain management. Mindfit’s Hypnotic Guided Imagery will teach you to learn to recognize your pain and switch off the awareness receptors in your conscious perception essentially dulling the discomfort until it is barely noticeable .
The experience of pain is a combination of the type of pain, tension, fear and anxiety. Often these worries and concerns can intensify the perception of pain. Our normal response to pain is to resist the pain by tightening up even more and becoming more tense. This increases the severity of the pain experience. By relaxation of the body there is a natural reduction of pain. By proper suggestion in the hypnotic state, the experience of pain can be reduced or eliminated for periods of time.
Using a relaxed state and suggestion (hypnosis) it is possible to bypass conscious perception of pain. The effects are not imagined but real and have consistently been shown in many MRI scans of the brain during experiments to the point that it is now known as fact … and used as a standard method in Pain Clinics.
Common application for controlling pain with hypnosis include dental hypnosis, cancer, acute pain and child-birth (known has Hypno birthing). In fact you can see for yourself with the short video below how amazing your mind is when focused in controlling the perception of pain.
Pain Management Hypnosis for Pain Relief
This Powerful Hypnosis Pain Management session will teach you how to shut down the pain receptors and achieve a self hypnosis state so that you can continue to be pain free whenever you require it. You will learn how to go into a state of self hypnosis and tell your mind to stop feelings of pain and discomfort. Over time you will be able to simply not manage to notice the intense feelings of discomfort that used to bother you. And you can achieve this almost instantly using the Pain Management Hypnosis MP3 Download by Mindfit
This instant download MP3 file for Pain Control allows for you to play an active part in being able to manage your pain and discomfort. Or if you wish use the subliminal message audio for a more passive approach. Buy both Hypnosis and Subliminal MP3 sessions for maximum results
Scientific Research for Hypnosis and Pain Control
Alden, Phyllis; Heap, Michael (1998). Hypnotic pain control: Some theoretical and practical issues. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 46 (1), 62-76.
Barabasz, Arreed F.; Barabasz, Marianne (1989). Effects of restricted environmental stimulation: Enhancement of hypnotizability for experimental and chronic pain control. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 37, 217-231.
Chen, Andrew C.; Dworkin, Samual F.; Bloomquist, Dale S. (1981). Cortical power spectrum analysis of hypnotic pain control in surgery. International Journal of Neuroscience, 13, 127-136.
Cotanch, P. H.; Harrison, M.; Roberts, J. (1987). Hypnosis as an intervention for pain control. Nursing Clinics of North America, 22 (3), 699-704
Erickson, Milton H. (1967). An introduction to the study and application of hypnosis for pain control. In Lassner, J. (Ed.), Handbook of hypnosis and psychosomatic medicine. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Evans, Frederick J. (1990). Hypnosis and pain control. Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 18 (1), 21-33
Hilgard, Ernest R.; Macdonald, Hugh; Marshall, G.; Morgan, Arlene H. (1974). Anticipation of pain and of pain control under hypnosis: Heart rate and blood pressure response in cold pressor test. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 83 (5), 561-568.
Orne, Martin T. (1976). Mechanisms of hypnotic pain control. In Bonica, John J.; Albe-Fessard, D. (Ed.), Advances in pain research and therapy (pp. 716-731). New York: Raven Press.
Pollack, S. (1966). Pain control by suggestion. Journal of Oral Medicine, 21, 89-95.
Schwarz, A. (1988). Experience of pain in cancer and hypnotic pain control. Hypnos: Swedish Journal of Hypnosis in Psychotherapy and Psychosomatic Medicine, 15 (4), 195-200.