Pain is a highly complex symptom. In some situations pain can be helpful, alerting us to damage or injury so that we can get the appropriate help we need – but when pain becomes chronic and long-lasting, it is highly debilitating and causes stress, depression, anxiety, poor sleep, disability.
Chronic pain can negatively impact our mental health and every area of life, including relationships, work, hobbies, and interests. Often, a variety of approaches are needed to help lessen pain, improve independence, and help you cope with the emotional implications. If you are experiencing pain, you are of course always advised to see your doctor. They will be able to investigate further to find out what is causing it and how best to treat it. Pain medication can be used and painkillers can be effective, however, it is important to use them safely as they can have many negative side effects and are not a long-term solution to a persistent pain problem.
Pain Management Hypnotherapy is an excellent way to re-programme and reset the mind’s perception of the pain signals and turns down the intensity of the perceived pain. Rather than convincing you that your pain doesn’t exist, Pain Management Hypnotherapy aims to manage any fear and anxiety you may have relating to your pain. It also helps to reduce stress and relax the nervous system to help it become less reactive to pain.
If you have a chronic pain condition, it’s important to realize that you don’t have to go through it alone. Expertise from the medical profession can help you to practically manage your condition, while mind-body therapies like Pain Management Hypnotherapy by Annie Browne can help manage related symptoms and change the way you cope with the pain.
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