It’s perfectly natural and normal to feel some anxiety about an upcoming surgery. After all, you will be experiencing a period of time that you have very little control over, and the outcome may be uncertain. The fear of the unknown – the what if’s – run around in our minds before any procedure that has risks. Many scientific studies have shown that our emotions can impact our immune system’s ability to function optimally. Using medication to calm one’s anxiety is standard procedure in hospital settings, but that takes the control of anxiety symptoms out of the hands of the patient.
Would you like to be able to relax a bit before surgery? Would you like to do it without taking more drugs than absolutely necessary? Is there a way that folks who are facing surgery could use their own minds to prepare their bodies for the upcoming surgery, and improve healing afterward? This video shares a story about how two people, with the help of their surgeons and anesthesiologists, did just that.
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