How Hypnosis Helps Heal the Body Mind Connection

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How Hypnosis Helps Heal the Body Mind Connection

The Mind/Body Medical Connection to Self-Hypnosis

The Mind Body Medical Connection to Self-HypnosisMedical science is finding new evidence every day that the mind and body are connected when it comes to healing and preventing medical conditions from controlling pain of cancer to overeating.

Self-hypnosis can be an effective tool to change your life for the better, whether it’s bad habits you want to replace with good ones or a severe illness you want to better control or eliminate.

There is a deep, present connection between the subconscious mind and the body. During self-hypnosis, you’re given the opportunity to make each listen to the other and respond how you want them to.

Self-hypnosis has now become a legitimate method of helping to ease pain, fight the side effects of cancer treatment, reduce stress and anxiety and a host of other disorders.

The process of self-hypnosis is de-mystified as you come to know more about how the process works. Much has been written about self-hypnosis methods and studies are being conducted.

“It’s a fact that any medical condition, mental condition, bad habit or disorder that you want to correct can be helped by the power of self-hypnosis.

During the “altered state of consciousness” that self-hypnosis brings to your mind and body, you have the innate ability to maneuver and mold your idea or image into anything you want to become or correct.

During the altered state of consciousness that hypnosis brings about

Some medical uses for self-hypnosis include:

  • IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) – Much research and studies have been conducted on the use of self-hypnosis for the treatment and relief of IBS and the results have all been positive.
  • Replace bad habits – Some bad habits such as smoking, alcoholism and others are very bad for your continued health. Through self-hypnosis methods you can learn to replace these habits with ones that are more conducive to remaining healthy.
  • Psycho-physiological issues – Bed wetting or thumb-sucking in children can be addressed through self-hypnosis as well as eating disorders such as bulimia and anorexia.
  • Stress and anxiety – These maladies can wreak havoc with your health, but with the help of self-hypnosis, they can be controlled effectively.
  • Pain – Any type of pain, ranging from migraine headaches or chronic illnesses such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or as a result of a surgical procedure can be alleviated with self-hypnosis techniques.
  • Seizures and Rheumatoid Arthritis – These two debilitating disorders can be helped very effectively with self-hypnosis. As you learn to control the messages you send to your conscious mind, you’ll experience less pain and problems.

Sometimes, because of old myths and misconceptions that are associated with self-hypnosis, it’s difficult for physicians to convince patients of the mind/body connection to help with problems or disorders you have. As more studies are provided, self-hypnosis is likely to become a “go to” procedure for many doctors and patients.