By M. Ron Eslinger, RN, CRNA, APN, MA, BCH, CMI, FNGH Captain United States Navy Retired
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Do you need help fighting Colon Cancer?
Are you or someone you love suffering with Colon Cancer?
This product was created to Help Fight Colon Cancer.
Clinical Hypnosis is a Safe and Proven method to Help fight Colon Cancer, Improve Immune System, and for Pain Relief and Stress Relief during Chemotherapy and other therapies. Highly recommended for anyone suffering from Colon Cancer and needing Help improving their Immune System and Help with Pain Relief and Stress Relief.
Colon Cancer is the 2nd leading cause of death from cancer in the U.S. today.
1. The healing breath
2. Healing and comforting suggestions for colon cancer
3. Biorhythmic music and subliminal suggestions for healing and sleep
I put this program together as a special request from a friend who understands the healing power of the mind. The mind or brain controls the powerful pharmacy known to man and woman of course. However, there is a much greater power with in the mind than just the pharmacology it is able to produce. It is the ability to use thought from the conscious mind to change he biochemical responses of the brain which changes the biology of the body including cancer. This occurs in a part of the endocrine system known as the Limbic System.
It is in this system that messages are sent to the individual cells of the body and with clinical hypnosis the focus can be on healing and the enhancement of the immune system. There is much evidence based research that supports the use of hypnosis, guided imagery and visualization as an adjunct to cancer treatment leading to cancer survival.
Use this daily for best results and you will notice a difference in your comfort level and your ability to Fight Colon Cancer and start Enjoying Life Pain Free.
Five Critical Features for Relaxation
Place:Find a quiet room where you can work undisturbed.
Position: To learn progressive relaxation, all parts of your body must be comfortably supported. Find a bed, a couch, or a recliner.
Clothing: Wear loose clothing.
Time: Designate about fifteen minutes daily. Try to schedule a fixed time everyday so you won’t forget to do your progressive relaxation.
Focus: Try to focus on the particular sensations that come from letting go of tension.