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Overcome Fear of Flying Hypnotherapy Session - Steve G. Jones
Hypnosis for procedure-related pain and distress in pediatric cancer patients
The aim of this study was to systematically review and critically appraise the evidence on the effectiveness of hypnosis for procedure-related pain and distress in pediatric cancer patients. A comprehensive search of major biomedical and specialist complementary and alternative medicine databases was conducted. Citations were included from the databases' inception to March 2005. Efforts were made to identify unpublished and ongoing research. Controlled trials were appraised using predefined criteria. Clinical commentaries were obtained for each study. Seven randomized controlled clinical trials and one controlled clinical trial were found. Studies report positive results, including statistically significant reductions in pain and anxiety/distress, but a number of methodological limitations were identified. Systematic searching and appraisal has demonstrated that hypnosis has potential as a clinically valuable intervention for procedure-related pain and distress in pediatric cancer patients. Further research into the effectiveness and acceptability of hypnosis for pediatric cancer patients is recommended.
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J Pain Symptom Manage. 2006 Jan;31(1):70-84.Click here to read
Wave Goodbye To Stress!Regular deep relaxation by hypnosis is the perfect way to avoid the mental and physical damage caused by stress.In just 20 minutes a day melt away pressure and tension over a backdrop of soothing ocean waves&wake up refreshed!
Is your life out of control because of excessive reliance of alcohol? Are you reluctant to deal with this addiction in a public setting?Quit drinking in the privacy of your own home and you’ll learn how to strengthen the sober, non-alcoholic you.
Are you caught in a downward spiral of viewing more and more perverse sexual porn?This session is designed to retrain your mind to break the pattern that would have led you to view pornography.Identify the cause that drives you to porn.
What is fear? The fear that we experience is a product of a combination of our ability to anticipate and our instinctual drive to survive. This involves two parts of our brain. The first is it the area of our brain that allows us to anticipate and simulate. It is the part of the brain that allows us to use imagination and suggestion. When allowed to run amok, this part of the brain will cause high levels of misery. The second part of the brain that is involved with fear helps us to react to any threats to our safety. Unfortunately, in many instances our ability to anticipate may cause...
Like eating-related addictions, those involving sexual urges stem from what is a normal and healthy part of life. However, once sexually-related behavior becomes less of a choice and more of an uncontrollable behavior, help is needed.
A man with a significant sexual addiction once came to see me. Apparently, his life had gotten so far out of control that his behavior patterns had ruined many otherwise successful relationships. Of course, this does not count the problems of participating in activities that were medically dangerous and even illegal. In his case, he was addicted to...
When looked at its most basic form, fear is a condition that all healthy individuals may experience. It is only when it becomes chronically out of control and unjustified by events in the environment, that it becomes problematic. Fear arises out of a person's survival instinct combined with the ability for the brain to stimulate and anticipate. It also may be due to recognition that an anticipated situation may not be handled by existing patterns of expectation. This causes the brain to go through what I call an adaptation phase. Of course, there is always the possibility that an individual...