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How to Cope With Frustration in Relationships?

We all know relationships unavoidably run us through a myriad of emotion, and for every high, there is ultimately a low that follows. Relationships are a rollercoaster, never staying at the peak or at the bottom of the hill long enough to maintain any sort of consistency. If anybody reads that statement and disagrees then please share your secret with the rest of the world because for everybody else this is the inescapable reality of sharing your life with another person. The daily chaos of life leave a negative influence on our relationships The modern world moves at a pace we have not evolved quickly enough to compensate for. We are constantly moving at a rate our minds do not have the abi

Hypnosis and Addiction

Hypnosis For Cocaine Addiction Documented Case Study Notes: Hypnosis was successfully used to overcome a $500 (five grams) per day cocaine addiction. The subject was a female in her twenties. After approximately 8 months of addiction, she decided to use hypnosis in an attempt to overcome the addiction itself. Over the next 4 months, she used hypnosis three times a day and at the end of this period, her addiction was broken, and she has been drug free for the past 9 years. Hypnosis was the only intervention, and no support network of any kind was available. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 1993 Oct;36(2):120-3 By: G. W. Handley, Ohio State Un

Before You Give-Up

The modern world moves at a remarkable pace and we have not evolved quickly enough to compensate. We are constantly moving at a rate our minds do not have the ability to process fully. Confronting this speed on a daily basis leaves most with uncontrollable feelings of frustration, anger, stress, confusion and anxiety that subconsciously have the power to directly influence a person's relationships with those closest to them. This happens without a true understanding of the origin and usually leads to conflict and confrontation. Lucky for us there are exercises we can engage in that can help slow the pace of the world we live in, while simultaneously giving us the skills to cope with these ne

Hypnotherapy in Treating Chronic Pain in Cancer Survivors

Brief Summary: This randomized pilot clinical trial studies hypnotherapy in treating chronic pain in cancer survivors. Hypnotherapy is a state of concentration and focused attention which can provide more control over the experience of acute and chronic pain and its impact and may provide comfort, maximize function, and improve quality of life in cancer survivors. for the complete study follow the link:

Headache and Hypnosis

In 2007, a Professor at the University of Utah School of Medicine reviewed numerous studies on hypnosis for headaches and concluded that hypnosis is a well-established, effective treatment for headaches and migraines.[1] In 2007, a researcher from the University of Minnesota studied 144 children and adolescents who were taught self-hypnosis to help with recurrent headaches. The results showed the hypnosis significantly helped with frequency of headaches, intensity of headaches, and duration of headaches.[2]

Study Identifies Brain Areas Altered During Hypnotic Trances

By scanning the brains of subjects while they were hypnotized, researchers at the School of Medicine were able to see the neural changes associated with hypnosis. Jul 28 2016 Stanford researchers found changes in three areas of the brain that occur when people are hypnotized. Shutterstock Your eyelids are getting heavy, your arms are going limp and you feel like you’re floating through space. The power of hypnosis to alter your mind and body like this is all thanks to changes in a few specific areas of the brain, researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have discovered. The scientists scanned the brains of 57 people during guided hypnosis sessions similar to those that migh

Cancer and Hypnosis

In a study of 150 participants concluding in 2015, a nurse and researcher at the City of Hope Cancer Center studied 150 cancer patients and found that 78% of those who used hypnosis experienced significant, lasting reduction in symptoms such as anxiety, pain, sleeplessness, fatigue, nausea and vomiting.[1] In 2013, researchers from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and the City of Hope Cancer Center reviewed the empirical literature on hypnosis as a cancer prevention and control technique. They concluded that hypnosis has strong support for use in surgery and other invasive procedures and shows promise to help with chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and metastatic disease.[2] In 2005, researchers

Lose Your Weight Not Your Mind

In 1986, researchers from the University of British Columbia studied 60 overweight women, which were divided into a group who received hypnosis and another group who did not receive hypnosis. They found that those women who received hypnosis lost an average of 17 pounds while the women who did not receive hypnosis lost an average of 0.5 pounds.[1] In 1985, researchers from the University of Northern Colorado Department of Psychology studied 109 subjects. All were given behavioral management to lose weight, but only half were also given hypnosis. Both groups had lost a significant amount of weight at the end of the 9-week program. When followed-up at 8 months and 2 years, the group that also

Hypnotherapy In Tinnitus

Hypnotic Induction Helps Tolerance of Tinnitus: A controlled trial of Hypnotherapy in tinnitus. Results: Five of the 14 patients (36%) found the induction of a hypnotic state of value. This seemed to help them tolerate their tinnitus better, although its loudness and quality were unaltered. One of the 14 patients showed a highly significant response to the latter treatment (this seems to mean the “active suppression of tinnitus while in a trance”) as judged by visual analogue scales. Notes: A group of 14 patients with unilateral tinnitus were selected because of the constant nature of their tinnitus, and its resistance to all other forms of therapy. They were subjected to hypnosis in three f

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