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Ericksonian Hypnosis For Hypnotherapists -- Accessing Unconscious
When medication is not enough: nonpharmacologic management of pain.
Patients with cancer commonly experience pain, which typically is controlled pharmacologically. Despite advances in pain management, pain continues to be undertreated. Nonpharmacologic measures may effectively manage pain but often are overlooked or underused. Nurses who are familiar with simple, noninvasive, nonpharmacologic measures, such as patient positioning, thermal measures, massage therapy, aromatherapy, and mind-body therapies, can identify and educate patients who may benefit from nonpharmacologic interventions.
Clin J Oncol Nurs. 2007 Oct;11(5):699-704. Gatlin CG, Schulmeister L. River Ridge, LA.
Helen Keller once said, "What we have enjoyed deeply we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes part of us." By the time that we have survived only a few years on this planet, most certainly we have experienced some form of grief. It may be something as small as losing a toy or is great as the loss of a parent. Assuredly grief will always be a part of our lives. Although it's painful, in some ways it gives us an affirmation that we are truly alive.
Bernie Siegel summed this up quite nicely. He said, "One cannot get through life without pain... what we can do is choose how to use...
Reading comprehension involves a person’s ability to rapidly translate perceptions in to the how and why of meaning. It also refers to their ability to recall information when needed. Hypnosis can help a person significantly improve in both areas.
One of the main obstacles to comprehension – and reading speed as well – is a person’s stress level. In order to comprehend fully, the associated areas of the brain must be activated. However, during a high stress period, this is difficult as problem solving and survival-related areas of the brain are rightfully considered more important. By...
If you occasionally have problems such as shortness of breath, wheezing, a frequent cough, or chest tightness, chances are you are suffering from asthma. And, there's over a 50% chance that your asthma is being caused by an allergy. Asthma can involve a tightening of the airwaves, a swelling of the lining of the airways, and increased mucus production in your lungs. In turn, a predominant cause is your body's reaction to an allergen. As such, one must consider the role of the immune system with each to branches: adaptive and innate. Essentially, your mind and body have learned to react to...