Parkinson’s Disease is a progressive disease of the nervous system marked by tremors, muscular rigidity, slow imprecise movement (Bradykinesia), and sometimes challenges speech and writing abilities.
Linda became interested in working with Parkinson’s patients after helping her sister through Hypnosis, with her own Parkinson’s related symptoms. Linda then started researching and using Hypnosis with several other Parkinson’s patients and quickly learned how she could vastly improve their “quality of life”. Linda has been speaking about and using Hypnosis for Parkinson’s patients for many years with great success both virtually and in person.
Linda interviews the client for an hour assessing their symptoms and deciding which symptoms are most troublesome. She then creates a personalized hypnosis mp3 for them, working on “a trigger” taught to the client under hypnosis to stop their tremors and to give them relief as tremors can be very tiring for them.
Linda has had enormous success working with Parkinson’s clients and instilling hope that they can learn to control their symptoms using hypnosis.
Hypnosis can help you!
What Can Hypnosis Help with?
- Rising From A Chair
- Voice Volume
Contact Linda to book your session and improve your quality of life!.
Linda presented at the 2015 Hypnosis Conference in Boston on Improved “Quality Of Life” For Parkinson’s Clients Using Hypnosis.
This presentation was a case study of a 58-year old woman diagnosed and suffering with Parkinson’s for 20 years. Her symptoms were ongoing; insomnia, poor gait and mobility, severe pain in her legs, difficulty to rise easily from a chair and poor dexterity causing her inability to type on her computer. This client gave her testimonial in a video interview 18 months after only four (4) hypnosis sessions with Linda Hay, CH, RN,BScN.
Watch the video here – Parkinson’s Video
Presentations on Improved “Quality Of Life” of a Parkinson’s Client
- 2nd Annual Canadian Hypnosis Conference in Toronto
- Dorval, PQ – Parkinson’s Support Group
- Kanata, ON – Parkinson’s Support Group