Harvard Medical School Advocates Hypnosis

Harvard Medical School Advocates Hypnosis

  • Posted on: December 27, 2010
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A recent study concluded at Harvard Medical School concluded that hypnotherapy greatly benefits cancer patients and should be considered as part of standard care.  The study found that hypnosis reduces pain, anxiety, and other negative symptoms commonly associated with cancer treatment.  It also found that hypnotherapy reduced procedure time and stabilized patient vital signs.  Harvard researchers concluded by writing: “The benefits of adjunctive hypnotic treatments come at no additional cost. Patients, health care providers, hospitals, and insurance companies are advised to take advantage of hypnotic techniques.”  To learn more just follow this link:http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18638697.