Medical Hypnosis Shown to Reduce Symptoms of Many Health Conditions

Woman CoughingIt is astounding to see the list of studies that show the great range of medical conditions that can be alleviated with hypnosis.  I often get calls from a someone with a chronic illness who has been searching diligently for a way to get help after going through every traditional medical treatment with no results. It has ranged from a young woman with a disfiguring skin condition, to a 70-year old with a 7-year cough that won’t go away, to a woman who wants to control her hand tremors from Parkinson’s enough to hold a coffee cup without burning herself.

While I do not diagnose or treat disease, I do offer many resources to reduce stress. Since it is estimated that almost 90% of all visits to primary health care providers are due to stress-related problems, hypnosis to reduce stress can play an immense role in not just mental well-being, but physical health.  Stress has been linked to all the leading causes of death, such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, accidents and suicide.

Here is a partial list, but you get the picture. I provide self-hypnosis tools to empower my clients to give hope and to actually make a difference in their physical bodies by using the power of their own minds. If you would like to see the studies showing the benefits of hypnosis for any of these conditions, please send me an email and I will be glad to send you the articles.

  1. Addictions
  2. Agoraphobia
  3. Allergies
  4. Alzheimer’s Disease/Dementia
  5. Anti-Aging
  6. Arthritis
  7. Asthma
  8. Bedwetting
  9. Blood Pressure (Hypertension)
  10. Bruxism (Teeth Grinding/Jaw Clenching)
  11. Burns
  12. Cancer
  13. Control of Bleeding and Hemophilia
  14. Diabetes
  15. Erectile Dysfunction
  16. Fear of Dentist
  17. Fear of Injections and Medical Procedures
  18. Fertility/Childbirth
  19. Fibromyalgia
  20. Glaucoma
  21. HIV/AIDS
  22. HPV (Human Papillomavirus)
  23. Headaches
  24. Healing
  25. Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  26. Multiple Sclerosis
  27. Pain
  28. Parkinson’s Disease
  29. Plastic Surgery
  30. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  31. Sleep Problems
  32. Stress
  33. Strokes
  34. Stuttering
  35. Tinnitus
  36. Tourette’s Syndrome/Tics
  37. Trichotillomania
  38. Warts

 

 

 

 

Is Asthma Part of Your Life?

Fortunately, studies consistently demonstrate significant improvement in the severity of symptoms with hypnosis for chronic or exercise-induced asthma with adults and children.Woman Coughing

A review shows a 50-74% improvement in the severity of symptoms, reducing the number of times a bronchodilator is used and length of hospital stays, less wheezing and coughing, that it helps to manage the emotional states that exacerbate airway obstruction, and stabilizes airway hyper-responsiveness. The same approach also helps with “habit cough”, also known as a “cough tic.”

Because my clients learn relaxation and self-hypnosis techniques to use at home as needed, they feel empowered knowing that they have tools to reduce the severity of bronchospasm. They feel more in control, so their anxiety doesn’t make things worse. A feeling of confidence contributes a lot to their day to day feeling of well-being.