Chronic pain

Dr Mark P. Jensen, University of Washington (UW) Medicine’s vice chair for research in Rehabilitation Medicine and UW's professor of Rehabilitation Medicine states that ‘relative to standard care, hypnosis is more effective for reducing chronic daily pain’ and that it has been found to be ‘either as effective or more effective than other pain treatments’ .

Hypnosis is a fantastic tool. 

The more you practise it, the better the outcome. And what is true for other conditions, is certainly true for chronic pain too!

A mix of sessions combined with the practice of self-hypnosis will positively help you. 

Self-hypnosis can be taught to patients and practised at home as a self-management tool and instead, for example, of taking a tablet.