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Mindfulness could be a powerful painkiller: new research shows the potential of mindfulness for relieving chronic pain.
Below is an example of a simple self hypnosis exercise, described in the followiong artice as “mindfulness meditation”. This is not a coincidence since both techniques, mindfulness and hypnosis, seek similar results by promoting similar states of mind. For more … Continue reading
By Traci Pedersen ~ 1 min read Mindfulness training and hypnotic suggestion may drastically reduce severe pain in hospital patients, according to new research published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine. The University of Utah study is the first … Continue reading
Hypnosis is likely to be effective for most people suffering from diverse forms of pain, with the possible exception of a minority of patients who are resistant to hypnotic interventions. Findings Hypnosis is a set of techniques designed to enhance … Continue reading
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
Some people wonder if they are or have been really hypnotised. In many occasions, a light hypnotic trance is not only enough, but preferable in order to work or procure changes in our inner mind. Here is an example of … Continue reading