How does Hypnosis Decrease the Risk of Side Effects for Crohn’s Patients after surgery?

Hypnosis works on the body, says Laurie Keefer, the director of psychosocial research in gastroenterology at Northwestern’s Feinberg School of Medicine. It has been shown to alter pain perception and suppress the secretion of stress hormones. When people are in the extremely relaxed, focused state induced by hypnosis, they are open to therapeutic suggestion and…

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Listen to you? Why?

  Listening is one of our most important communication skills. When group sessions were conducted in a community-based breast cancer support group in Vancouver, British Columbia, women were asked: (a) What were the most helpful things their doctor said or did at the time of their diagnosis? (b) What does a good intervention feel or…

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What Is The Difference Between Physical Pain And Social Pain?

Hypnosis has been known to assist with increasing control over physical illnesses; it has been used as a therapeutic tool. As a Hypnosis Clinician, I have found that hypnosis assists with control over our emotions that have been affected from certain episodes that occurred earlier in of our lives. One or more break-ups, losses, disappointments or frustrations can normally occur in our lifetime but certain situations…

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