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Protecting Students with Truth

Very important message to protect students that are going off to college. Must read if you have children or grand children going off to college. Best wishes, Jane Ann

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Fibromyalgia and Hypnotherapy

In a controlled study, 40 patients with refractory fibromyalgia were randomly allocated to treatment with either hypnotherapy or physical therapy for 12 weeks with followup at 24 weeks. Compared with the patients in the physical therapy group, the patients in the hypnotherapy group showed a significantly better outcome with respect to their pain experience, fatigue […]

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This might save your life or the life of a friend.

Self-performed C P R   Because I care about you!!!     1 Let’s say it’s 7:25 pm and you’re going home (alone of course) after an unusually hard day on the job.   2 You’re really tired, upset and frustrated.   3 Suddenly you start experiencing severe pain in your chest that starts to […]

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Use Science and Hypnosis to Help Kids Fall Asleep

The Last Bedtime Story You’ll Ever Need By Lisa Wong Macabasco Forget counting sheep and/or sleepy herbal teas. The newest weapon in the age-old battle between parents and kids over bedtime is a self-published picture book titled The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep, a text that guarantees it will knock out children using linguistic […]

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Good Humor, Good Health

Mind/Body Health Newsletter Vol. VI, No. 1, 1997 Look for the Funny Side A stressful situation can sometimes be transformed into a bit of fun if you can see the humor in it. One traveler tells of an airport “horror story”:             After a long flight, the group of weary travelers finally arrived, but their […]

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3 Common Misconceptions About Medical Hypnosis – US News

When Emily, a 28-year-old music teacher from Orlando, Florida, decided to try medical hypnosis, she had plenty of doubts – but she also had nothing to lose. Shortly after giving birth to her first son, Emily (who declined to provide her last name), sank into a deep post-partum depression. Her new medication wasn’t helping; neither […]

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Hypnosis Treatment for Dental Phobia

Other effects of hypnosis have also been studied. Some studies have found that telling participants they were hypnotized can have an effect on their reported changes, responsiveness, results, etc. For example, Gandhi and Oakley (2005) had two groups listen to identical relaxation scripts with the only difference being the title of the script. One was […]

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Hypnotizability and PTSD Symptoms in Breast Cancer

This study assessed whether high hypnotizability is associated with posttraumatic stress and depressive symptoms in a sample of 124 metastatic breast cancer patients. Hypnotic Induction Profile Scores were dichotomized into low and high categories; posttraumatic intrusion and avoidance symptoms were measured with the Impact of Events Scale (IES); hyperarousal symptoms with items from the Profile […]

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