Here are just a few ways self-hypnosis
could help you.
This team also is testing whether self-hypnosis
can help people achieve a deeper level of relaxation to control chronic pain.
"Most people's perception of hypnosis is stage hypnosis but self-hypnosis
occurs naturally to all of us such as when you read a page of a book but cannot recall what you have just read or when you are driving the car and suddenly realise you can't remember the last part of your journey."
Practice your self-hypnosis
once a day to help stay motivated.
Because she didn't continue self-hypnosis
, her pain eventually returned to pretreatment levels.
"Why Do I Keep Doing This!!?: End Bad Habits, Negativity and Stress with Self-Hypnosis
and NLP" is a guide to conquering the life-destroying habits that all too many of us fall into in our lives.
The emphasis was on teaching patients self-hypnosis
with the goal of patient empowerment.
She discusses the variables that influence pain perception; the effect of pain on areas such as anxiety, depression, resiliency, positive outlook, and self-image; how to improve coping strategies using stress management; aspects of self and the suffering that comes from self-alienation; the emotional and spiritual elements of pain management; the physical self and the effect of memories; phrases to use with various body systems; and transcriptions of self-hypnosis
strategies included on the CD.
"Breathing exercises, self-hypnosis
, guided imagery, and meditation can manage stress," advises Gina Orlando, a Chicago-based certified hypnotherapist who specializes in IBS.
As prevention, hypnosis can create a kind of hypnotic immunity through frequent use of self-hypnosis
. In cases of established pathology, the clinical use of counter-induction may facilitate the process of change of an individual or an interactional system.
In the 20th century, Carl and Stephanie Simonton were pioneers in utilizing self-hypnosis
and guided imagery to mobilize intrinsic healing and immunologic stimulation directed against malignancy in cancer patients.
Normally when I get into a taxi I just want to put on my iPod, read a book, practise self-hypnosis
or pretend to be Hungarian and not have a word of English.