Diabetes is a physiological manifestation caused by mental/emotional distress and unhealthy food plan. Those who suffer the impact of negative psychological stresses through the dysfunctional activation of the autonomic nervous and endocrine systems are susceptible to creating diabetes.
A variety of psychological variables have been discovered to be important in the metabolic healing process, particularly regarding adherence to self-care behaviors, such as creating happiness and peace of mind. Lifestyle and mental/emotional healing are the cornerstone of diabetes healing. Therefore, a healing intervention that is able to achieve the control of glycaemia, prevent micro and macro factors, improves the quality of life.
Acceptance of hypnosis and hypnotherapy by conventional medicine was officially acknowledged in 1958, by the American Medical Association and the Canadian Medical Association as a valid protocol. The medical system has been slower to accept it. However, a substantial body of research has demonstrated the efficacy of hypnosis as part of healing many conditions 1).
In fact, using hypnosis to discover and process mental/emotional/physical issues has shown not only to reduce anxiety, but also change physiological parameters 2 ) and has been effective in healing diabetes, including regulation of blood sugar, increased compliance, weight loss in adults as well as adolescents. Recently in a RCT, in person with type 1 diabetes , the hypnosis group decreased the standardized blood glucose levels, while the control group increased 3 ).
One of the most problematic diabetic complications that is responsible for amputations is a diabetic foot ulcer and hypnosis has shown positive results in increasing peripheral blood circulation. Also, mind-body interventions for vascular issues have been reported to be effective in relieving diabetic angiopathy together with biofeedback. In general, the efficacy of healing with hypnosis is highly evident.
Hypnosis indeed serves as a motivational healing and is effective to alter beliefs and behaviors and hence serve as a highly effective and efficient protocol to heal diabetes. The increased level of healing shown during the hypnotic state would be helpful in increasing compliance for exercise, diet, and other lifestyle changes required to heal diabetes, including stress reduction that is associated with the better metabolic control. Hypnosis is powerful tool to induce relaxation, decrease psychological morbidity, often associated with diabetes, and accelerate wound healing, in case of diabetic foot ulcers. Another advantage of hypnosis is the fact that the person can learn self-hypnosis for home practice increasing person’s sense of control over the healing process, thus, enhancing efficient and effective outcomes.
In conclusion, there is evidence that hypnosis helps people with diabetes because has shown to be a powerful method of helping people change the cause of diabetes–i.e. beliefs, thoughts and feelings. This development adds diabetes to the list for which hypnosis is an effective therapeutic protocol. Recently, an approach called cognitive hypnotherapy 4 that healing hypnosis based on the needs of the person is highly effective. This type of theoretical orientation is based on social constructs in which language and meaning constitute the core ingredients of psychotherapeutic interaction with physical dysfunctions.
The cause of people’s symptoms, distress, mental/emotional dysfunction are the result of mental/emotional, physical and/or sexual trauma experiences that weren’t addressed then and are now coming to the surface as mental/emotional and/or physical symptoms.
Discovering and healing the cause of all distress symptoms is the most efficient and effective protocol to regain your life.
When someone comes to me, no matter how dire their predicament seems to be, I KNOW if she/he is WILLING to do the mental/emotional discovery work; releasing and forgiving, anything can be healed. The word ‘incurable’ or ‘impossible’ only means that the particular condition, symptom or diagnoses cannot be ‘cured’ by ‘outer’ methods and that she/he needs to GO WITHIN to effect the healing. The condition, symptom or diagnoses came from mental/emotional distress and will go back to nothing.
When beliefs, thoughts, feelings and behavior are accessed and addressed at the unconscious level, the ’cause’ of any and all symptoms and behavior become crystal clear–it is mental/emotional, physical, and spiritual trauma/distress manifesting in the behavior and symptoms you experience.
A Deep Healing process is a clear, concise and direct method of transforming the mental, emotional and physical symptoms that transcends traditional protocols while retaining a professional focus. Deep Healing avoids prescription and OTC drugs, body parts removed, artificial hypnotic inductions and psychic interventions. The process ties in directly with the experiences and needs of the person. The process is down-to-earth, to-the-point, practical, fearless and with 30+ years experience and centuries of holistic health care protocol success I know there is no doubt Deep Healing is effective.
- Get all your unnecessary emotional baggage transmuted at the unconscious level and instantly experience higher vibrations of love and peace.Discover how traumas and emotional wounds… even the tiniest negative experiences that you had forgotten about… are robbing you of your happy, fulfilling future that you’re meant to live. (You won’t believe how much power you’re giving away to these invisible forces.)
- Uncover the reason(s) the traditional coping with traumas are not only bad but they’re dangerous. (If you suffer from any kind of anxiety, depression, PTSD issues healing at the unconscious level is powerful and empowering. Afraid of your past? Discover ways to clear painful memories without reliving it or telling anyone about it. (This is the miracle road to peace that your soul was longing for, for years.)
- Clearing your traumas and emotional wounds at the unconscious level is the first step to discovering the gifts you’re meant to have in this life. (It’s like one of those tiny levers that swing open giant doors.)Wellness is the state of being fully alive with a sense of attainment; responding appropriately instead of reacting to life and circumstances.
Mental/Emotional and physical health and Wellness is the act of remaining calm and focused while working things out with respect and unconditional intent to find a solution. Ultimately your personal character; personal strength and courage will evolve. To attain wellness requires you to make healthy choices in nutrition, relationships, social contact, work and leisure activities.
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A shocking and horrifying look inside the world of “psychiatric medicine” … like “going into HELL” – https://www.naturalnews.com/2018…
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The Real Problems With Psychiatry – The Atlantichttps://www.theatlantic.com/heal… May 2, 2013 – A psychotherapist contends that the DSM, psychiatry’s “bible” that defines all mental illness, is not scientific but a product of unscrupulous politics, pharmaceutical input and … what’s wrong with “drapetomania,”but it’s easier to see the balancing act involved in saying homosexuality is or isn’t a disease –USA tops charts for WORST health outcomes of all industrialized nations with 70% of Americans taking experimental prescription drugs https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-11-05-usa-has-worst-health-outcomes-of-industrialized-nations.html
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Despite a level of spending that dwarfs the other countries in the study, the U.S. comes in dead last in three of the five, and arguably the most important three, of the five domains: health outcomes, equity, and access. We are tied for last on administrative efficiency and about average on care process. The U.S. is also last in their summary indicator aggregating all five dimensions.
The bottom line, and the paper’s most basic conclusion, is that “the performance of the U.S. health care system ranks last compared to other high-income countries.”
The study also finds that the “U.S. has the highest rate of mortality amenable to health care.” More people die unnecessarily in the U.S. due to inadequate care, or the pure absence of care, than any in any of country in the study. The issue is not merely problems in the American life style, Americans die more than Europeans because of poor quality health care or lack of access to care. It is that simple.
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