All You Never Knew You Wanted to Know About Chronic Pain

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"Pain affects everything: mood, relationships, careers, family, finances, self-esteem and confidence, just to name a few. Pain creates stress, and stress creates more pain a vicious cycle that can be broken or modified. Chronic pain affects an estimated 100 million people in this country alone, nearly one third of our entire population. This is more than those affected by heart disease, diabetes, and cancer combined. Ninety-one Americans die every day from an overdose of opioids. Deaths from prescription pain-killers have quadrupled since 1999, as have the number of prescriptions for them. One of every three Americans are currently on two or more pharmaceutical drugs, most of which are narcotics to deal with chronic pain. Clearly, the medical/pharmaceutical response to both depressed mood and chronic pain are not working. In fact, people are suffering additional hardship as a result of what have become the standard health interventions.

The Reign of Pain Abides Mainly in the Brain.

Hypnosis and self-hypnosis can take the hurt out of pain. Hypnosis for pain relief is an amazing tool that when used, produces measurable results in pain relief. The reason for this phenomenon of success is explained in research done at such universities as Yale, Stanford, and Harvard.

The ACUTE pain of an injury is an unpleasant, but important, biological signal indicating tissue damage. However, we now understand that where there is no underlying physical disease, such as cancer or an auto-immune disorder, CHRONIC pain is actually created by the central nervous system rather than the bodily location where the pain is felt to be. CHRONIC pain is that pain that has lasted for over six months and by medical standards has no purpose. Phantom limb pain, fibromyalgia, headaches, and back pain can fall into this category.

The triggers for the brain to create or cause pain to persist are many and varied, but the adopted "stress" response underlying this is unconscious and automatic and acts as a protective or maladapted "fight or flight" response.

Direct Path Hypnosis" approach with chronic pain is based on this cutting-edge concept and uses a self-empowering educational approach, as well as numerous self-empowering strategies to address the central nervous system directly via your "software" (your mind). As the pain process itself is reversible, full recovery IS possible no matter how severe or long standing. This allows you to take responsibility for your health, often with life-changing results. You don"t have to "just live with it." Understanding this process has helped thousands of people heal their pain. It worked for them, and it will work for you."

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