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Back Pain


Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience. Perception of pain is subjective and influenced by various factors.

Is There An Audio Hypnosis for pain?

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This is the most vulnerable and only visible part of your being.

People who experience nervous system dysregulation often

  • Struggle to feel safe in their body

  • and/or trust their body’s ability to heal

People who experience chronic pain often struggle to feel safe in their body and trust their body’s ability to heal. Perhaps you are dealing with Arthritis and other joint problems; Back pain; Headaches ; Fibromyalgia, a condition that causes muscle pain. Rather than trying to reduce the pain itself, hypnosis for chronic pain is often more focused on acceptance of your chronic condition, with the aim of reducing fear and anxiety around it. Our perceptions of pain can greatly influence our pain levels and how we manage our pain.


You are more than a diagnosis and you can heal! Creating a sense of calm in your nervous system through hypnosis bypasses your critical mind and communicates directly with the body. 


When you begin to trust your body’s ability to heal and give your body permission to feel safe and “let go”, your body will respond. I invite you to give yourself permission to create a feeling of safety in your body. 


Please remember that repetition is a major part of rewiring your nervous system. By setting aside time every day to make this mind-body connection, your body will have the opportunity to relax and create a healing response. 

How hypnosis helps with pain

Hypnosis can be a helpful tool in managing and reducing pain. While it may not eliminate the physical sensation of pain, hypnosis can assist in changing the perception of pain and improving one's ability to cope with it. Here's how hypnosis can help with pain:

  1. Altering Pain Perception: Hypnosis can help individuals perceive pain differently by changing their focus and interpretation of the sensations. Through relaxation techniques and guided imagery, hypnosis can create a state of deep relaxation and mental absorption, allowing individuals to shift their attention away from the pain and towards more positive and soothing sensations.

  2. Modulating Pain Sensations: Hypnosis can assist in modulating the intensity and discomfort associated with pain. By using suggestions and imagery, hypnosis can help individuals imagine a numbing or cooling sensation, or create a sense of distance between themselves and the pain. This can lead to a reduction in pain perception and a greater sense of comfort.

  3. Enhancing Pain Coping Strategies: Hypnosis can facilitate the development and strengthening of coping strategies for managing pain. Through hypnotic suggestions, individuals can access their inner resources and enhance their ability to cope with pain. This may involve creating mental imagery of being in a calm and pain-free state or visualizing the successful management of pain.

  4. Reducing Anxiety and Stress: Pain is often accompanied by anxiety and stress, which can exacerbate the perception of pain. Hypnosis can induce a state of relaxation, reduce anxiety, and promote a sense of calmness. By reducing these emotional factors, hypnosis can indirectly alleviate the intensity of pain and improve overall well-being.

  5. Enhancing Mind-Body Connection: Hypnosis can facilitate a stronger mind-body connection, allowing individuals to tap into their own innate healing abilities. By guiding individuals into a deep state of relaxation, hypnosis can promote a sense of inner calm and control, which can positively influence the experience of pain.

It's important to note that while hypnosis can be beneficial for pain management, it is not a standalone treatment and should be used in conjunction with medical care. Working with a qualified and experienced hypnotherapist is recommended to ensure the application of appropriate techniques and personalized approaches. Hypnosis can be a valuable complement to a comprehensive pain management plan, offering individuals additional tools to cope with and reduce the impact of pain on their daily lives.

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