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Jesse Harshbarger, BCHt, NLP
All Pain Is In the Brain Hypnosis For Pain Control
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All Pain Is In the Brain Hypnosis For Pain Control

Pain is not transmitted to the brain. Injury information is transmitted to the brain. The brain then interprets and translates the information. This means, pain is in the brain It is a perception.

There are many great drugs for treating pain, but they have side effects caused by the fact that drugs have no targeting ability. Once in our system, the drugs are everywhere in our system.

It turns out that our nerve centers and receptors are extremely sensitive and particular. Small fibers are responsible for most of our perception of pain. Large fibers with increased activity can actually reduce pain as demonstrated when you touch something hot (small fiber) and shake your hand or arm or maybe jump up and down (large fiber). This activation of your large fibers tends to block the messages coming from the small fibers.

Why does mixing chili pepper with the seeds in your bird feeder work at keeping away the squirrel (mammal) while the birds are unaffected?

Plants that activate the nerve centers of mammals capsicum, cinnamon, chili pepper, camphor, ginkgo, St. John’s wort, kava, valerian, hops as a calming and sleep promoting drug, lemon balm as a sedative, passion flower for nervous restlessness, and lavender flower as a sedative. Stimulating to the nervous system are plants like coffee, tea, cocoa, guarana, kola, tobacco, and more.

The Placebo effect

A remarkable phenomenon is when a placebo can sometimes improve a patient’s condition simply because the person has the expectation that it will be helpful. A patient given a placebo, told by a doctor it will work, will most often work. Placebos work in the brain and modify chemicals psychologically.

Hypnosis For Pain Control

Hypnosis can be used for pain control. Under hypnosis, the information is sent to the brain, received by the brain, processed by the brain, but pain is not perceived or pain is felt at a much smaller degree.

What’s your experience with pain control? What will you do now? How will you cope with pain? Hypnosis is noninvasive way to treat pain locally and systemically and used to treat chronic pain for inhibition. Living with pain is no way to live. Pain is a complex perception. You know pain is “in the brain” and now you have some new insights to help you deal with pain.

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