Devastating! Paralyzing! Loss of Memory! Speech Impairment! Inability to do everyday tasks! Permanent Disability! Death!
Are you a stroke survivor? Do you suffer from any of the above? These are some of the words that come to mind when a person hears the word, “Stroke!”
When a person’s quality of life is affected, when even the simplest of tasks can no longer be accomplished without pain or assistance, when your day is filled with the struggle to communicate, to walk, to eat, to bathe, to be independent, you will ask yourself: what is it going to take to get back to being my “normal” self?
The answer you seek is hypnosis! Hypnosis is using the power of your own mind to directly assist in the recovery of your mental and bodily functions leading to the road back to a full recovery.
Hypnosis to “Rewire the Brain”
When you are planning out your recovery, hypnosis can be used in conjunction with modern therapies to increase your chances of a full or near full recovery. As with all recovery efforts, timing is everything. The sooner you start doing the “rewiring” the more successful you will be.
If you are wondering why it is to your advantage to add hypnosis to your therapies, consider this:
Hypnosis is used to “Rewire Your Brain” so that it can function the way it did before the stroke. A state of hypnosis is extremely relaxing and comfortable. This simply means that new neuro pathways can be introduced into the unconscious mind without resistance from the conscious mind. Hypnosis works because the impairments are addressed at the source, the unconscious mind. At this level they can be modified effectively and for good.
The beneficial effects of hypnosis are well accepted and documented in the healing professions. Through the use of NLP, Neuro Linguistic Psychology and Hypnosis, we will assist you in “Rewiring Your Brain” and creating new pathways to allow your body to respond appropriately, such as, walking in balance, speaking clearly, remembering whatever it is you want to remember, among other things.
Make a significant difference in your recovery, today!
What is a Stroke?
A stroke or “brain attack” occurs when a blood clot blocks an artery or a blood vessel breaks, interrupting blood flow to an area of the brain. When either of these things happens, brain cells begin to die and brain damage occurs. When brain cells die during a stroke, abilities controlled by that area of the brain are lost. These abilities include speech, movement, and memory.
Statistics show that 10% of stroke survivors recover almost completely, while 25% recover with minor impairments and 40% experience moderate to severe impairments requiring special care.