Feeling anxious about upcoming surgery?
Very few people who are facing the prospect of surgery or other medical procedures can honestly say they do not suffer from anxiety such as:
- Inability to concentrate
- Loss of appetite
- Interrupted sleep
- Raised blood pressure and heart flutters.
Anxiety tends to produce less than optimal physical state for you body to deal with and recover from surgery.
Anxiety and stress can interfere with normal body function before, during, and after surgery.
Anesthetists have reported having to use more sedation on restless individuals and recovery becoming more uncomfortable and longer.
One way to reduce and manage your anxiety and stress levels is to have a guided meditation:
What Greg says about guided meditation:
“I was very anxious about my upcoming four hour surgery. Listening to Raymond’s guided meditation MP3 helped me to relax and think very positively about my surgery right up until minutes before the surgery actually began. Fear was replaced by absolute optimism. This attitude shift was instrumental in my speedy recovery.
Post surgery I listened once or twice a day. This relaxed me, boosted my morale, and helped immensely with the recovery process.
I highly recommend this intervention as an essential tool for anyone undergoing any medical procedure.”
I am very grateful to Raymond Elias.
Greg McPhee, July 2015
During your one hour personalized session we’ll discuss your specific concerns regarding surgery. This is followed by a deep relaxation session with embedded positive suggestions – approximately 25 minutes. Once I am finished with your personalized recording, you will have over two hours of relaxation focusing you on a strong positive outcome.
As a bonus, you will be provided with micro MP3 player which you can use anywhere, anytime.
NOTE: Consult with your anesthetist to determine if listening to the recording during the procedure is permitted.
By making full use of the personalized two hour recording, you can create the best conditions for you to deal with the stress and anxiety of surgery.
To book an appointment or for further information please call us at (416) 972-9355 .