Fibromyalgia is a widespread musculoskeletal pain and fatigue disorder for which the cause is still unknown with common symptoms such as pain, sensitivity to touch, fatigue, joint soreness, and problems sleeping. According to research conducted over the last 30 years, Fibromyalgia is most likely caused by the central nervous system. Symptoms of the disorder can be reduced using prescription drugs, psychological therapy, exercise, and hypnotherapy. Studies conducted showed that among many other forms of treatment, hypnosis therapy has been proven to help relieve symptoms of fibromyalgia and increase quality of life.
People diagnosed with fibromyalgia often experience chronic pain that can be very debilitating to their lives and careers. As many as 30% of people with fibromyalgia report having trouble simply doing their work.
An article appeared in The Journal of Rheumatology which discussed a study that had been performed on the effectiveness of hypnotherapy on patients who had not seen results from other forms of treatment of their fibromyalgia. Other forms of treatment that the participants underwent included prescription medication and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Hypnotherapy cannot only help reduce pain and fatigue in fibromyalgia patients, but it can improve their quality of life. Reduced pain and fatigue can allow fibromyalgia patients to lead a more normal life.
“Controlled Trial of Hypnotherapy in the Treatment of Refractory Fibromyalgia. The Journal of Rheumatology, 18(1), 72-5”.
In the HypnoHut, we teach clients with Fibromyalgia to control their own pain using self-hypnosis and allow them to take control of their own life and by empowering them. It puts the client in a more positive frame of mind. Fibromyalgia can be a very distressing, debilitating condition affecting the quality of life and lifestyle of sufferers it can lead to depression therefore it is important that the mind is healthy and hypnosis can help with this.
The first thing to do is contact the HypnoHut and book an initial free consult with us. During this we will explain to you how it all works, what to expect. Should you decide at that point that you would wish to proceed, we will develop a treatment plan to give you the ability to move beyond your Fibromyalgia.