New science research on the power of the mind has resulted in the discovery of how mental attitudes affect chemical changes in the body, and how working with the mind using the age-old therapy of hypnosis is noted to be effective and beneficial.
Hypnosis is becoming popular as an effective therapeutic treatment for many issues, as a stand alone or some doctors incorporate it into a medical treatment plan for a more holistic approach to health. Below are some studies on how hypnosis can work for you.
As an alternative therapy, hypnosis has limited if any, medical insurance coverage. Medical research is mostly funded by the pharmaceutical industry, and studies on alternative therapies that are drug-free are limited. If you are looking for evidence, then listen to the people in my testimonial videos and other sites who have had success with hypnosis.
New directions in hypnosis research: strategies for advancing the cognitive and clinical neuroscience of hypnosis
This article summarizes key advances in hypnosis research during the past two decades, including clinical research supporting the efficacy of hypnosis for managing a number of clinical symptoms and conditions,
Hypnosis for the Relief and Control of Pain - American Psychological Association
Hypnosis is likely to be effective for most people suffering from diverse forms of pain, with the possible exception of a minority of patients who are resistant to hypnotic interventions.
Guided Health Imagery for Smoking Cessation and Long‐Term Abstinence
A study to examine the effectiveness of guided imagery for immediate smoking cessation and long‐term abstinence in adult smokers published in the Journal for Nursing Scholarship
Deepening Sleep by Hypnotic Suggestion
A study in which Participants listened to an auditory text with hypnotic suggestions or a control tape before napping for 90 min while high-density electroencephalography was recorded.