Pain Relief & Management
How can hypnosis help with pain relief?
Science shows that hypnosis and pain are linked. I can help your brain turn down the number from an 8 to a 3, hopefully helping you get a much better night’s sleep and lowering associated anxiety and stress.
Conversations and scenes that could often be locked away and only accessible in hypnosis could set you free from a lifetime of anger, frustration, and hurt. Arthritis is linked to negative emotions, including guilt, resentment, and unforgiveness.
Leaving the pain behind and learning to forgive, destress and live a happier life can change your life, and with almost 32 years of experience helping people to move forward, I can help set you free.
My pain releif therapy sessions can be delivered online or in person, and just 1 to 3 is enough to give you permanent change.
Unlock Your Healing
Through the power of RTT Therapy/Hypnotherapy, hypnosis can unlock the body’s natural healing abilities, enabling individuals living with chronic pain for years to finally find relief and experience a life free from constant suffering.
The 21-day recording after an RTT/hypnotherapy session can help those with chronic pain progress toward a pain-free life, complemented by techniques such as EFT Tapping.
Who is Stephen Stanton?
I'm a clinical hypnotherapist and workplace wellbeing specialist. I specialise in RTT (Rapid Transformational Therapy). Based in Stockport, I offer my services all around the Greater Manchester area.Get In Touch
“Freedom from pain is possible, and you can leave the past behind, and a happy and healthy life is yours.”
Pain Management: More Info & Questions
Pain itself is an essential factor in human evolution. Acute pain is our body’s way of telling us something is wrong. How would we have survived if we were not given that warning?
For most of us, and especially as we age, it is the other types of pain that cause such agony, loss of sleep, anxiety & stress, and depression.
Tablets and creams can only take us so far through the day or night’s sleep. Fibromyalgia, Headaches, Muscle Aches, Migraines, and other age-associated pain, including Arthritis, joint pain, and nerve pain.
The brain interprets pain through a complex process. Pain signals are transmitted through nerve pathways to the brain, which is processed by the thalamus and then sent to the somatosensory cortex. This part of the brain processes the signals and interprets them as painful sensations.
Thoughts, emotions, and memories also influence painful sensations. For example, if someone experiences a traumatic event, the brain can interpret the pain differently than if the same person experienced a pleasant event.
Think about your relationship with pain; as a child, did you find that you got much more attention from your parents without realizing it until you were much older? Looking back, this was the only way you were loved, praised, etc.
Depending on how long you may have lived with pain, you may use the term “My Pain.” and it’s essential to understand that taking ownership can affect your brain’s relationship with pain.
During our pre-session, we will discuss your relationship with your parents, your place within the family dynamic, and how you currently view your place in the world. All these factors can help me understand how the healing process needs to start and how I can help you be free from pain.
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