Dementia consists of a collection of signs and symptoms observable in various cognitive processess such as memory, attention, language and problem solving. Although these are already present within the natural process of ageing, the acceleration or exacerbation of such symptoms is qualified as dementia.
Read this article extracted from the website News Medical and find out how Dr. Simon Duff from the University of Liverpool found out that hypnosis can contribute to slow down the process of dementia and to improve the quality of life of those suffering from it.
…”Dr Dan Nightingale, co-author of the research and leading dementia consultant at the Abacus Clinic in Newark, added: “Evidence to date has shown that we can enhance the quality of life for people living with dementia through the correct use of hypnosis. We have now developed a course for clinicians who wish to incorporate hypnosis into health care plans.”