Migraine Pain Removal
Do you suffer from migraines?
Just imagine being migraine free
No more need for pain killers
No more need for preventative drugs
You can have your life back
Hypnosis and Migraines
Hypnosis can be used to eradicate the pain and worst symptoms of migraines. I can run the protocol with you, if this is something you have been diagnosed with and your doctor is happy with this.
So if pain has overcome your life and you want to free yourself, get in touch.
1 in 7 people suffer from migraines
Do you suffer from regular migraines?
Can you imagine living life without the pain of migraines and free of the other debilitating symptoms that are common with migraines?
If you have been diagnosed with migraines and suffer from them on a regular basis, you can free yourself of the symptoms. Using an established technique originally developed by the late great hypnotist, Reubern Picarve and updated by Dr Mike Mandel, Master Hypnotist, Ontario Canada. You could be living life free of the chains that migraines impose now.
This is a drug free, long-term change, with no side effects or funny tasting remedies.
It normally takes only a single session to run. You must be between episodes as it is next to impossible to concentrate during a migraine.
Call me now or email me to book
A word to employers about migraines
If you are an employer, please pass on this information to relevant employees, alternatively, for large employers I can run group sessions for affected staff that would be interested, please contact me for details or arrangements.
According to statistics produced by the UK government 1 in 7 people suffer from migraines. Migraine Action in the UK reflects that the impact migraines are often down played or misjudged by non-sufferers. But there is a large cost to those who get migraines as they often cannot do anything whilst having an episode and the durations can vary quite considerably from person to person, some lasting days.
This has the knock on effect to employers or other people reliant on someone prone to migraines.
The Migraine Trust has produced an excellent handout for migraine in the workplace offering practical information and advice to employers. It currently cites from recent CBI surveys that migraines are identified as the second most frequent reason of a short-term absence (for 47%) of non-manual employees. Attacks typically lasting between 4 to 72 hours. It also cites that many migraine sufferers also continue to attend work during a migraine episode despite being unwell, through fear that they will be disciplined or appear unreliable to their employers.
A splitting or throbbing headache is not the only symptom that migraine sufferers have, they may also have:
- Sensitivity to light, sounds, and sometimes smells and touch.
- Nausea and vomiting.
- Blurred vision.
- Lightheadedness, sometimes followed by fainting.
This makes life difficult if an employee needs to spend time infront of computer screens or need to operate vehicles or machinery.