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Brain Activity and Functional Connectivity Associated with Hypnosis

Hypnosis has proven clinical utility, yet changes in brain activity underlying the hypnotic state have not yet been fully identified. Previous research suggests that hypnosis is associated with decreased default mode network (DMN) activity and that high hypnotizability is associated … Continue reading

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Science of hypnosis BBC documentary

Youtube, published on 12th of June 2016 1 hour long documentary  

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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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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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Harvard MRI study shows that meditation literally rebuilds your brain’s gray matter In 8 weeks

With the use of hypnotherapy we can learn techniques similar to those of meditation or mindfulness. The main difference between hypnosis and meditation is the use of a guided visualisation in the case of hypnosis. This helps us entertain our … Continue reading

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Benefits of meditation are backed by science

Meditation and “Mindfulness” can be interpreted as two particular ways of entering an altered state of consciousness. Hypnosis is another way to achieve a similar state and benefit from the aspects mentioned in the article below. The greatest difference between these techniques … Continue reading

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A brain magic trick for Christmas

Trick your brain: black and white photo turns to colour! – Colour: The Spectrum of Science – BBC Published in YouTube on Nov 6, 2015. Original link here. Programme website: http://bbc.in/1Q7ik5S Look at the photo in the clip. From a … Continue reading

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