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Pain Management

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Pain and how we can manage it.

Pain is like a warning system telling you that something is wrong with an area of the body.
It is there to help protect you from damage.
Pain can be:
Acute and short term such as when you have a cut or bruise or a sprained wrist. This pain goes away after your body heals.

Chronic and long term such as arthritis or chronic headaches and migraines. This type of pain persists even after the body has healed and recovered from an acute injury or illness or it may appear without cause. It often does not serve any useful purpose.

Intermittent which is pain that comes and goes.

Pain is also subjective. There is a mind-body connection in how you experience pain.

Your body tells you what type of pain you are experiencing and its location.
Your mind tells you how you feel about the pain. If you are low or anxious the sensation of pain can be worse and conversely if you feel happy and in a good mood your experience of pain can be less.
Hypnosis can help with pain management and is tailored specifically for you.
Hypnosis can help you re-gain a sense of control using your inner mind, allowing you to manage the fear and anxiety attached to the pain.
Letting your mind and body relax and directing your attention away from the sensation of pain can help reduce the intensity and impact of the pain.

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