Pain Relief

There is a difference between acute pain and chronic pain.  Acute pain alerts you to a new problem that needs attention immediately such as a broken arm.  Acute pain is a message telling you to concentrate on fixing the problem. The greater the damage the greater the pain level to ensure you do all that is necessary. 

Chronic pain is sometimes a message that has carried on going long after it needs to, for instance phantom limb pain.   Once something has been done about the problem the pain should go.  If it doesn't then something else is going on.  

The subconscious needs to know that the pain is causing a problem and it can be persuaded to check if the pain message still needs to be there.  Then it can either turn the old pain message off or turn it down to an acceptable level.  

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"I've had chronic pain in my lower spine for thirty years which has often been debilitating and greatly affected my life. No treatment of any sort has ever helped even a tiny bit. But after just one session of hypnotherapy with Nicola it was gone. Its still hard to believe, but it has. 

It would appear that the pain signals were being sent long after my body had recovered from the incident(s) which first caused them - they were no longer necessary and Nicola was able to work with my subconscious to switch them off. I would absolutely recommend Nicola to anyone with a similar seemingly untreatable pain - the change was instant and total." Tim G 
 

SLEEP: "Having struggled with chronic sleep problems for many years, as a result of unsociable and erratic work patterns, I consulted Nicola on the advice of a colleague, who had had similar issues. By following the methods she gave me, which were clearly and very precisely set out, the problem completely alleviated itself within days. I was soon to realise that the other issues I had were probably sleep-deficit related and so, because of her treatment, could cease to be the major ones I perceived them being. I'm also convinced that the rest that I'm getting is somewhat due to the comfort of knowing that I have a empathetic professional to consult when necessary." Adrian S