Relief from Fibromyalgia Symptoms !!
What would you benefit from the most -
Reduced Pain ?
Better Sleep ?
Waking Up Refreshed ?
Being Able to Think Clearly ?
No More Fibro Fog ?
Having More Energy and Vitality ?
Being Able to Enjoy Life Again ?
Or is there something else you are looking forward to?
My dearest wish is that you are reading this thinking to yourself “Fibro my what now?” having never have heard of fibromyalgia. Unfortunately, if you are here it's most likely because either you or someone you care about is suffering from this painful and debilitating condition.
And if you know anything about fibromyalgia, I'm sure you know that debilitating is often an understatement.
Sometimes referred to as Fibromyalgia Syndrome or FMS, it has no known cause and no known cure.
But there is hope!
And it comes from a surprising source – Hypnotherapy! There is even medical evidence to back up this amazing claim. The following all come from peer-reviewed medical literature:
"Hypnosis is a powerful tool in pain therapy."
Functional anatomy of hypnotic analgesia: a PET study of patients with fibromyalgia.
European Journal of Pain
Yes you can overcome the pain from fibromyalgia!
"Compared with the patients in the physical therapy group, the patients in the hypnotherapy group showed a significantly better outcome with respect to their pain experience, fatigue on awakening, sleep pattern and global assessment at 12 and 24 weeks... We conclude hypnotherapy may be useful in relieving symptoms in patients with refractory fibromyalgia."
Controlled trial of hypnotherapy in the treatment of refractory fibromyalgia.
The Journal of Rheumatology
Yes you can overcome the fatigue and get a better nights sleep, waking up feeling refreshed!
"Recent controlled studies in the field of gastroenterology have shown that hypnotherapy is unequivocally beneficial in conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome and peptic ulceration."
Use of hypnotherapy in gastrointestinal disease.
British journal of hospital medicine
Yes hypnotherapy even helps the other symptoms associated with fibromyalgia!
Studies and clinical trials are continuing to show hypnotherapy as on of the best alternative therapies for helping to lessen and often remove the symptoms of fibromyalgia. That's why so many doctors are starting to recommend hypnosis as a viable addition to a multidisciplinary approach. Not just because it can help with all of the problems caused by fibromyalgia, but it can do so without any negative side effects.
|Anxiety||Fatigue||Insomnia & Sleep Issues|
|Headaches & Migraines||Concentration Problems||Numbness|
|Irritable Bowel Syndrome||Itching||Etc...|
|Hypnotherapy can help alleviate many of the symptoms fibromyalgia has decided to throw at you|
Imaging Being Able To
Take Back Control Of YOUR Life !!!
As you pick up the phone to call Lasting Results, you begin to take the first step towards freedom from fibromyalgia symptoms. Allowing you to get your life back and start enjoying it again. And It all beginning with a friendly obligation free chat to answer any questions you may have.
So Call Now on 6516 0515 and find out how you can overcome fibromyalgia symptoms with Lasting Results.
Because when you want results, you want Lasting Results.
Calling From Oversease or Can't Get To Port Macquarie?
I offer online therapy via Skype for people accross the nation and all over the world. Please call on +61 2 6516 0418 to discuss how you can overcome symptoms of fibromyalgia and get your life back from the comfort of your own home.
Conventional medicine alone has not been able to adequately alleviate Fibromyalgia symptoms. However, hypnotherapy in conjunction with traditional treatments has and can produce remarkable results in symptom alleviation. Hypnotherapy is not considered a "cure" for Fibromyalgia / Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS), but it is an effective method for symptom relief.
This therapy is to be used in conjunction with the client's personal physician. This is not intended as an alternative or replacement for conventional medical treatment.
If you are experiencing symptoms that have yet to have this diagnosed, please see your GP.