Pain Management Video

Chronic Pain Relief using Meditation

Today, MC shared information about using several tools to help with chronic pain, which is about using our brain and not drug treatments.
Self-hypnosis – a technique that allows individuals to enter a state of deep relaxation and focused attention. It involves using self-suggestion to achieve a desired change in thoughts, feelings, or behaviors. Through the power of the mind, self-hypnosis can be used for various purposes, such as reducing stress, improving concentration, boosting confidence, managing pain, overcoming fears, and promoting positive habits. It is a tool that empowers individuals to tap into their subconscious mind and harness its potential for reframing how they perceive themselves.

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction – MBSR – a program that combines mindfulness meditation, body awareness, and yoga to help people manage stress, pain, and illness. MBSR was developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn in the late 1970s and is now widely used in healthcare settings and beyond. The program teaches individuals how to cultivate awareness of the present moment, reduce reactivity to stress, and develop a greater sense of well-being, typically during an eight to twelve-week program.

Meditation is a practice that involves focusing your mind and eliminating the stream of thoughts that may be running through your head. It is often used to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being. Various meditation techniques exist, such as mindfulness, loving-kindness, and transcendental meditation. Regular practice of meditation can help improve mental clarity, concentration, and emotional stability. It is a great way to find inner peace and cultivate a sense of mindfulness in your daily life.



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