What is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a type of treatment that allows a person to enter into a state of calm and alert awareness. It helps a person to block all the outside distractions and become more focused and calm. It also helps to go into a state of deep relaxation to make it easy to face difficulties.
Hypnosis and Lung Cancer
Researches made in the last decade have shown that hypnosis can work to cure many medical problems with no side effects including lung cancer. Hypnosis is considered as an alternative therapy for lung cancer. As most cancers can still not be cured even with modern science, there is a need to take a different approach. Hypnosis offers techniques to enhance the ability of the body to cure itself. It gets to the psychological root of lung cancer and works to help patients in healing the cause. It has been well researched and has shown to be effective in curing.
What to Expect at Hypnosis Sessions?
At the hypnosis sessions, the hypnotherapist asks you about questions of medical and emotional history. He may also ask you about any issues you are facing like pain, anxiety etc. The hypnotherapist chooses an appropriate technique after analysis of your medical conditions. A typical session lasts from half an hour to an hour. On completion of session, you can resume your normal activities.
Curing Cancer Symptoms
Many people have this myth that the hypnotherapist controls you. But, it is not true as it is not possible to force you to do anything. You will not be hypnotized against your will. Studies have shown that hypnosis helps to cure symptoms of cancer and the side effects of treatment of lung cancer. This may include providing relief from pain, stress, vomiting and nausea. It is also successful used in curing medical issues such as reducing stress, stopping negative thoughts, pain management etc.
Though hypnosis has shown benefits in cancer patients, there is still more research need to be supported with evidence for its effect. You should always check with your doctor before starting hypnotherapy.
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The information offered in this blog is for educational purposes only and is certainly not a substitute for the treatment going on. Always consult your health practitioner for medical advice.