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Self-Hypnosis for Patients with Cystic Fibrosis and Pediatric Pulmonology
When sixty- three patients, ages 7-49, were offered to be taught self-hypnosis by their pulmonologist, forty-nine agreed to learn it. The average age was 18.1. Patients generally were taught hypnosis in one or two sessions. Outcomes were determined by patients' answers to open-ended questions regarding their subjective evaluation of the efficacy of hypnosis. Many of the patients used hypnosis for more than one purpose, including general relaxation (61% of patients), relief of pain associated with medical procedures (31%), headache relief (16%), changing the taste of medications to make the flavor more palatable (10%), and control of other symptoms associated with CF (18%).
The patients successfully utilized self-hypnosis 86% of the time. No symptoms worsened following hypnotherapy. Sixteen patients chose to practice hypnosis on their own for a half year or longer. The report concludes that with the use of self-hypnosis, patients with CF can quickly learn to enhance their control over discomforts associated with therapy and their disease. It recommends that instruction in self-hypnosis be made available to patients with CF.
Several factors are involved with the experience of loneliness. One, of course, is a lack of connection. The brain has sectors that cause a desire for connection with other human beings. When that connection is not occurring, a certain level of uneasiness occurs. This is why prisons use solitary confinement as a form of punishment. Second, as a person feels safer in a group situation, when that connection does not occur in his natural for the person's fight-flight reaction to occur. This is sometimes called a sympathetic autonomic nervous system reaction. When chronic it may cause health...
Something happens that should not have bothered you. You see a car accident, hear a loud noise, or even possibly nothing at all occurs other than you just finished a cup of coffee. However, your body is reacting as if you have received a threat to your life. Your heart is racing, you breathing quickens, and you feel that you are just about to have a heart attack. Yet, you absolutely know that your reaction is illogical and should have never happened. You are having a panic attack.
Experts tend to agree that panic attacks generally occur because deep in your brain you have been programmed...
Why does anyone still smoke? Just about everywhere you go nowadays you see signs that clearly state that smoking is not allowed. Yet despite all of the sanctions, taxes, peer pressure, and with over 440,000 deaths every year in the US, there remain millions of hardcore tobacco users who just don’t seem to want or be able to stop this habit.
Clearly, the fact tobacco products cause cancers of the lung, esophagus, larynx, and oral cavity should motivate any sane...