© Helen Lesser 2014
It is not uncommon for patients to report strange or peculiar sensations experienced during their first few sessions. These are often along the lines of:-
- Swaying back and forth
- Rocking side to side
- Their body feeling ‘twisted’ into odd contortions
- Feeling one or more limbs to be in a position that they know full well is contrary to reality
- Sensations of heaviness or floating
- Spinning or rotating.
This is most common during the first or second investigatory session and is most likely due to one of two reasons. . .
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