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All about hypnosis and hypnotherapy

Hypnotism puts you into a state of “focused concentration,” during which you’re vaguely aware of your surroundings — you just don’t care about them. There are different stages of hypnosis, some deeper than others. But when you’re in any of … Continue reading

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The best way to de-stress, according to science

Read the article below to find out about the potential of breathing control associated to wellbeing. With the help of hypnotherapy we can learn techniques which may help us achieve the control of our breathing. Connecting this control with the … Continue reading

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UB40’s Ali Campbell quit beer addiction after having hypnosis

UB40 singer Ali Campbell hasn’t drunk beer since he had hypnosis 15 years ago. The 58-year-old singer underwent aversion therapy in a bid to quit the amber nectar and keep his weight under control. The process ensured Ali hasn’t had … Continue reading

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Voices on wellness: Hypnosis and the trance of everyday life

Dr. Davidicus Wong / Richmond News. FEBRUARY 17, 2017 11:09      In recent columns, we’ve explored the evolutionary development and potential of the human brain and how new approaches, including mindfulness can use this knowledge to better manage our emotions … Continue reading

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Is hypnosis all in your head? Brain scans suggest otherwise

The magician Byrne Perkins, left, using hypnosis on Herbert Easley in 1952. Researchers at Stanford have found that some parts of the brain function differently under hypnosis than during normal consciousness. Credit Loomis Dean/The LIFE Picture Collection, via Getty Images … Continue reading

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Fibromyalgia Patients have different Brain Responses in Hypnosis

Using brain scans in fibromyalgia patients under hypnotic induction, researchers found that the technique produces changes in underlying neural activity related to the effects of suggestion, and the mechanism of response in patients differed from that seen in controls — … Continue reading

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Attention guiding and hypnosis for acute pain management without medication

Acute and chronic pain is a burden to patients. To keep the medication with analgesic drugs as low as possible, additional non-pharmacological interventions prove to be useful. In chronic pain, long term hypnotic therapy is indicated. The targeted distraction, which … Continue reading

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