Choose a medical Condition that interests you and research it. Write about the possible uses of hypnosis in the treatment of the condition as you see them.
More than 2 million people in the UK live with diabetes. Another 75,000 have diabetes but don't know it.
Diabetes is now classified as a worldwide epidemic. Blindness, kidney disease, impotence and many other illnesses are often the direct result of out-of-control or undiagnosed diabetes.
As a diabetes 2 sufferer myself, I was actually drawn to Hypnotherapy as a way to improve my condition, and ,most importantly, assist me in managing my condition.
As I found out, to my cost, Diabetes …show more content…
This fact should interest people with diabetes, because control is exactly the issue that concerns them: controlling blood sugar levels.
One example of hypnosis helping people with diabetes is that it can change their insulin requirements and sometimes eliminate them. This is illustrated in a case study found in the book, Mind-Body Therapy, by Ernest L. Rossi, PhD and David B. Cheek, M.D.
In this book is an amazing story about a 33-year-old patient with insulin dependent diabetes who was pregnant. She was in the hospital because she and her doctors were considering ending the pregnancy because of severe toxemia and two diabetes induced comas that had occurred in her previous …show more content…
The method is complex, but it can be described concisely. Hypnosis is your ability to convince yourself that something is true.
When you believe something, that belief is reflected in your thoughts, feelings and actions. So, once you use hypnosis to convince yourself that you prefer healthier foods and activities, then it becomes a habit to think and behave that way.
Think of hypnosis as a lever, a simple tool that can help people to remove blocks in their lives that were previously impossible to budge.
For each individual, the blocks are different. The mechanism by which hypnosis removes these blocks is that while in trance you have the ability to perceive things differently. When you see or think of something differently, its effect on you is changed.
Many people wonder if they have to do hypnosis on an ongoing basis. The answer is that it depends on the person and their situation.
Any diabetic patient will be attending a Diabetic Centre, where he will receive regular advice in blood-sugar maintenance, pediatric maintenance, weight maintenance, and dietry matters. All these will form part of a Treatment Plan, and it is the Hypnotherapists role, to plan a Hypnotherapy Treatment Plan to work along side, and support the Diabetic Treatment