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Hypnotherapy for the Hearing Impaired - Steve G. Jones
Inpatient infusion treatment for acute tinnitus with and without adjuvant psychotherapeutic
Two groups of tinnitus patients (n=93) were recruited, one of which was treated with standard infusion therapy and further acute medical intervention, while the other obtained an additional psychotherapeutic intervention. Questionnaires and interviews were taken at beginning of the treatment, and 9 days and 3 years after treatment. The accompanying psychotherapeutic intervention consisted primarily of client-centered counseling, guided relaxational techniques from clinical hypnosis, and some standard and tinnitus-related methods for a better coping with stress. After 9 days, both treatment groups showed significant improvement in several psychological characteristics. However, there was no evidence for the superiority of the combined treatment with psychological intervention. Psychotherapeutic treatment accompanying the acute medical treatment probably shows better effectiveness in an ambulant setting with both patients and medical healthcare professionals rating it as 'very helpful'.This pilot study has contributed initial results for the integrated treatment of the acute tinnitus and has helped in the development of further therapeutic strategies as well as an evidence based concept for further evaluation. This study received one of the two scientific first prizes of the "German Tinnitus League".
When you feel that there is absolutely no way that you can cope with or resolve with stressful situation, it is quite easy to go into a panic mode. When feelings of panic are later triggered easily and frequently, you have established a learning in your mind and body. This learned behavior is normally referred to as a panic attach. Even though triggering event may seem illogical, you have trained yourself to react this way. The goal now is to reverse this habitual behavior.
The mature human brain is quite capable of appropriately processing threats. When a potential threat...
Ever since before medical researchers began talking about what is popularly known as the placebo effect, they have known that there is connection between mental states and thoughts and the healthy functioning of a person's body. Now it is generally accepted that one third of all healing is caused by the power of positive expectancy. (Of course, the opposite is also true. Negative expectancy can cause illnesses. This is called a nocebo.)
Most medical authorities typically restrict their opinions about mind-body integration to the issues related to stress. It is well known, that stressful...
For years I have studied experts in a wide range of endeavors, included sports, science, and the arts, as well as professional trainers. There are three attributes that each of them share. They have developed an exceptional ability to install new information, to increase the depth of their knowledge, and have the ability to trigger superior performance with ease. These three steps apply both to the trainer’s skills as well as to how to accelerate the student’s progress.
My studies have involved two groups of people. The first are those that either started early in life or have...