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By Hypnosis4All / HypnoCollege.dk on October 01, 2008, 02:39:37
Hello.
A friend of me have Trigeminus.
A STRONG pain from the jaw to the brain.
Its a REALLY painfull illness.

So can we help them with this pain or even get rid of the illness?
My idea was this...Pls. comment;
1. Find 2. gains (if any)
2. Follow the "result" of the pain (If they get "peace" from the family etc..) in Regression etc.
3. Do full forgivness etc...
4. Learn them "Pain release" (Glove Anesthesia)
What ELSE can we do...Any surgestions?

Best Regards
CH Rene Frederiksen
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By NurseChaya on: August 07, 2008, 07:28:30 am
Hey "Hypnosis4All"

It sound like you have some great approaches to your client.
What about general education about their physiologic symptoms?
If you were to incorprate that into your sessions your client may gain insite and better control over their symptoms.

Trigeminal Neuralgia is caused by nerve demyelination. The three main branches of the trigeminal nerve or cranial nerve V are V1 - the ophthalmic (eyes to top of forehead); V2 - maxillary, or midface and upper jaw; and V3 the mandibular branch or lower jaw to ear. These branches transmit feelings/impulses from the face back to the ganglion.

Triggers then to the trigeminal nerve may be more external than internal; chewing, talking, brushing teeth, touching the face, strong wind blowing in the face (Winland-Brown & Rhoads, 2004).

This is just a suggestion as you know your client best,; how about incorporating part of a script into your sessions that allows for the blocking of transmitted painful nerve stimuli due to external causes.
"...You will find that the nerve stimulation transmitted from your jaw/ear/upper face will be less and less distracting. You will notice that actually the pain is gone. It no longer radiates or communicates with your basal ganglia near your cervical (neck) spine. You are able to control and block these negative stimulation at it's most external source before it generates a pain response...."

C. Rachel Levine

Reference
Winland-Brown, J. E. & Rhoads, J. (2004). Neurologic Problems. In L. M. Dunphy, J.E. Winland-Brown, B. O. Porter, and D. J. Thomas Primary care: The art and science of advanced practice nursing (2nd Ed.). Philadelphia: F. A. Davis company. 123-125.

C. Rachel Levine, RN, BSN
Certified Hypnotherapist

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By Patrick Gon: August 07, 2008, 10:06:02 am
Hello,

I have only had one client with Neuralgia. The few months prior to coming in, she had lost 20 pounds because of the pain of chewing, couldn't brush her teeth and had difficulty talking. During the pre-hyp interview, we come-across the fact that she tenses her jaw muscles when she is stressed. She is stressed a LOT.

The techniques that worked for her were:
1. Address behavioral stress as well as possible - age regression and parts
2. Give her tools for daily situational stress - eye fixation and facial muscle relaxation
3. Give her tools for the daily pain management (with doctor permission) - the same eye fixation

She would do the self-hypnosis several times per day. Over three months she gained the weight back and was brushing her teeth. She was feeling better and stopped the self-hypnosis. One month later she was back in to see me and refresh her self-hypnosis skills as the pain had returned.

The woman is the most analytical person I have ever worked with. I believe if we were able to get around that, we would make better long term progress on the jaw clenching.

Patrick Glancy, BCH

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By Hypnosis4All / HypnoCollege.dk on: August 07, 2008, 08:21:27 pm
Hello you two.
Thanks for some awsome ideas. Its really good to be in a forum like this...
THANK YOU ALL

Best Regards
CH Rene Frederiksen

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By avnere on: October 01, 2008, 01:44:00 pm
A client called me recently who was experiencing trigeminal neuralgia. For those of you who might not be familiar with this puzzling condition, it is episodic intense pain in the upper or lower jaw. She was taking two prescription drugs, both of which had undesirable side effects, and had been on a round of visits to a dentist, neurologist, oral surgeon, and neurosurgeon. The drugs were not controlling the pain and surgical procedures to isolate and kill the nerve were being discussed.

She decided hypnosis was worth a try. After a pre talk emphasizing that all hypnosis is self hypnosis, and the uses of hypnosis to change the response to a stimulus, I induced a moderate to deep trance. After she demonstrated a talent for arm levitation accompanied by catalepsy and analgesia, I invited her to come out of trance from the neck up, while leaving her arm and the rest of her body in trance. While in this state we discussed the pleasure of being able to dissociate from a part of one's body while maintaining an awareness of that part.

This was followed by suggestions for amnesia of the trance experience, but with emphasis that her unconscious mind would remember what was important about the experience. I woke her up with general suggestions for relaxation and refreshment, and offered to teach her how to do self hypnosis, which she readily accepted. She was a good learner, and was able to practice self hypnosis successfully.

At last report she had canceled return visits to the doctors and dentists and reported that she hadn't noticed the pain lately.

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