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Clinical Hypnosis for Fibromyalgia Pain Relief

Updated: Oct 6, 2023

Fibromyalgia is a condition where many people experience pain in many parts of the body. The pain is often characterized as generalized and widespread, but can also be localized to specific areas. This condition may also cause fatigue, mood swings, depression, and irritable bowel syndrome.

Millions of people worldwide are affected by Fibromyalgia - a condition that affects 2-4% of the population. It is more common in women than it is in men, and the ratio between them is usually 9:1! Fibromyalgia (FM) is the most common type of rheumatic disorder and affects about 2-4% of the population. It predominantly affects women with a ratio of 9:1 female to male FM sufferers. Alongside pain and the above issues, FM can also lead to cognitive issues.

Joseph R. Giove Clinical Hypnosis  |  San Francisco Bay Area

It is hard to diagnose fibromyalgia, and some of the symptoms are not clear. This disease has many possible causes, and there is no single known cause for all cases.

Chronic pain from Fibromyalgia can be very difficult to manage and can have a detrimental effect on your ability to live a normal life. It is known to affect your family life, physical ability to work, and relationships with friends and coworkers. This is because it can be hard for some people to understand Fibromyalgia or the constant pain that is experienced by those who live with it.

How to Manage Fibromyalgia and Stress Without Losing Your Mind

Many patients with chronic illnesses such as fibromyalgia and stress often feel powerless to manage their symptoms. They may experience sudden mood changes, pain that moves around the body, or trouble sleeping. However, there are options you can take to alleviate your pain and reduce your stress. Clinical Hypnosis can help to alleviate your pain and reduce your stress without visiting a doctor or taking medication.

Pain Relief with Clinical Hypnosis for Fibromyalgia

Hypnosis for fibromyalgia pain relief has been shown in clinical trials over time and has been found to be effective at reducing pain levels.

With the right help, you can use hypnosis to learn how to control the pain that you are feeling. You will learn how to use your mind in order to deal with the pain.

Pain can be a difficult and upsetting experience. It's not good for you in any way. But the good news is that it's possible to learn how to control the pain that you are feeling. You will learn how to use your mind in order to deal with pain.

Hypnosis has been used for many centuries to help sufferers of chronic pain and is a useful method for those who are coping with fibromyalgia. Clinical Hypnosis can be a powerful tool to give the client the opportunity to explore feelings and emotions that they may be feeling in relation to their condition and the pain that they are experiencing.

Hypnosis can promote deep relaxation during the sessions. This can lead to decreased levels of stress hormones and increased levels of endorphins which promote feelings of well-being and euphoria.

With hypnosis, many people have been able to control their pain and use it as a tool for healing. Many people believe that fibromyalgia usually starts following a traumatic or stressful experience. It can be beneficial to explore the root causes and address mental stress, using hypnosis as a treatment. By addressing these symptoms and the mind's role in controlling them, hypnosis makes managing their condition a lot easier. By being aware of their feelings, you can avoid feeling overwhelmed and give yourself time to figure things out. This in turn leaves them more optimistic about the future which can have a significant impact on their overall well-being.

Hypnosis is now recommended by many doctors as a viable treatment for pain management. University of Iowa researchers studied what happens to the brain during hypnosis. In a hypnotic trance, researchers observed chronic sufferers of fibromyalgia. In particular, the area of the brain that is responsible for 'feeling' pain showed reduced activity. This suggests that hypnosis as a treatment actually has a physical effect on the brain.

Clinical Hypnosis can help to enable you to retrain your brain and control the pain. Together we can use hypnosis to reduce or eliminate, the chronic pain you are experiencing now. We would be happy to guide you in the right direction today.

Call us anytime at 925-215-4017 for a Free Phone Consultation.

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