Category Archives: Hypnotherapy News

Can Hypnotherapy Heal a Broken Heart?

Melissa D’Costa writes about Can hypnotherapy heal a broken heart? For DNA at Experys give their view on alternative medicine and it is slowly catching on here apart from the normal use of Hypnotherapy for weight loss, addictions, phobia’s etc. More people are looking to it for help with broken heart. A Mumbai-based healer… Continue Reading

Hypnotherapy can Relieve Chest Pain

An article in Netdoctor reports on a new study that suggests Hypnotherapy can relieve chest pain so may be an effective treatment for non-cardiac chest pain. Patients reporting frequent chest pain without there being any heart problems present to explain it is poorly understood condition. In a study at Wythenshawe hospital in Manchester found that… Continue Reading

Hypnosis provides Effective Treatment for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Science Daily reports on research into Hypnosis provides effective treatment for irritable bowel syndrome. Hypnosis can be a highly effective treatment for the IBS. Studies involving patients conducted by researchers showed that hypnotherapy alleviated symptoms in those affected and that the improvement is long-term. 15 percent of the Swedish population suffer from IBS (irritable bowel… Continue Reading

Medical Hypnosis: You Are Getting Very Healthy

An article in The Wall Street Journal written by Melinda Beck on Hypnosis and its increasing use and acceptance in medicine. One person undergoing chemotherapy, uses self-hypnosis to help relieve anxiety and make things as easy as possible while undergoing the procedure. A psychologist who has a curable form of leukemia found that hypnosis helped… Continue Reading

The Anatomy of Fear

An article in Emory Medicine by Martha McKenzie exploring Fear. Fear in a mouse brain looks much the same as fear in the human brain. When a mouse is scared, the thalamus shoots a message to the amygdala, the primitive part of the brain, before it informs the parts responsible for higher cognition. The amygdala… Continue Reading

How Your Newsfeed May be Secretly Stressing You Out

An article in Women’s Health written by Esther Crain discusses new research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science says that reading negative posts in your Facebook feed can put you in a negative mood. Emotional Contagion is an effect that researchers are already aware of where emotions are transferred between people. And… Continue Reading

Scientists Finally Show How Your Thoughts Can Cause Specific Molecular Changes To Your Genes

An article published on TunedBody written by Michael Forrester about growing evidence that inducing positive thoughts can have positive health effects, researchers are seeking to understand how positive thoughts and practices physically affect the body. A new study by researchers in Wisconsin, Spain, and France reports the first evidence of molecular changes in the body… Continue Reading

Stressed Mothers transmit Stress Patterns to Offspring

At medical news today Honor Whiteman reports on new research suggests that infants born to mothers who experience stressful lives may experience changes at birth that impact their emotional well-being well into adulthood. According to a study published in the journal Biological Psychiatry. Researchers have shown that females who are exposed to stress even before… Continue Reading

Can fear be Cured?

An article written by Chris Bell at the Daily Telegraph about fear of all types from theme park rides, horror films, phobia’s, etc. But can fear be cured? Let’s say your swimming in the sea, and you see a shark it then instantly fires off memories such as the fear you felt when you first… Continue Reading

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