Hypnosis for Migraines
What Triggers You

A migraine is a neurological disorder that results in severe headaches and other symptoms. It can be caused by various factors, including food allergies, stress, hormonal changes, and certain medications.

Migraine symptoms are not just limited to the head. Other common symptoms include nausea, vomiting, dizziness, sensitivity to light and sound, neck pain or stiffness and difficulty concentrating or thinking clearly.

Hypnotherapy for migraines can be used to control your migraine symptoms and reduce the pain you feel from them. It is an effective form of treatment that has been scientifically proven to help manage migraines.

How can Hypnosis help triggers for Migraine Headaches?

It is not a new idea that hypnosis can help people with migraines. It has been used for this purpose for over a century. But what does it actually do to the brain?

Hypnotherapy is the process of inducing a trance-like state in which the patient becomes highly responsive to suggestion from the therapist. When in this state, clients are able to enter an altered state of consciousness and experience relief from pain, anxiety, and fear. The effectiveness of hypnotherapy for migraine treatment relies on its ability to alter brain activity in order to reduce or eliminate symptoms of migraine.


Hypnosis can be used as an effective treatment for many different types of illnesses, including migraines. The process involves entering into a trance-like state and being open to suggestion from the therapist. In this altered state, patients are able to experience relief from pain, anxiety, and fear without any adverse side effects such as drowsiness or dizziness like you would get with certain medications.


What is a Migraine
and What are the Different Types?

Migraines are a debilitating condition with no known cure. It is a neurological disorder that causes pulsating pain on one side of the head, nausea, and sensitivity to light. There are three types of migraines: migraine with aura, migraine without aura, and chronic migraines.

Migraine with aura is the most common type of migraine and it accounts for about 65% of all cases. It is also the most severe type of migraine because it can cause temporary loss in vision or other senses such as speech or balance.

The second most common type of migraine is a migraine without aura which accounts for about 30% of all cases. This type can be triggered by stress or hormonal changes in the female body which could be why women experience them more often than men do. The third type is chronic migraines which account for only 5% to 10% of all cases but they are much more severe than other types because they occur 15 days or more per month.

Hypnotherapy for Your Migraine Relief

Hypnotherapists work with their patients to help them identify and change the behavior patterns that are causing their migraines. They use hypnosis to help the patient enter a relaxed state where they are more responsive to suggestions.

The hypnotherapist will work with the patient to identify what is triggering their migraines. Once they have identified the trigger, they will then work with the patient on how to avoid or manage it in order to prevent future migraines.

A hypnotherapist can be a great way for people who suffer from chronic headaches or migraines to find relief while also learning coping skills that they can use on their own time.

Learn How Hypnotherapy For Migraines May Eliminate Your Headaches & Improve Your Quality of Life

The use of hypnotherapy can be effective in treating the underlying stress that contributes to headaches.

Make changes at a subconscious level

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William J. Van Camp CHT

William J. Van Camp is a Certified and Registered Clinical Hypnotherapist with private practices in Silver Spring, Maryland and Ocean City, Maryland, and is a member of the American Board of Hypnotherapy. He has studied with Scott Mc Fall, Kay Walkinshaw, Will and Kelli Goodey, James Ramey, and Kimberly Miles. Mr. Van Camp employs the methods of both Dave Elman and Milton Erickson, two of the American pioneers in hypnotherapy. Mr. Van Camp has been practicing for twenty-five years and has helped many clients to a whole and healthier life style.

"I'm no longer worried about what might happen in the future, or what has happened already..."

--WG, Maryland