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Hypnotizability, posttraumatic stress, and depressive symptoms in metastatic breast cancer.
This study assessed whether high hypnotizability is associated with posttraumatic stress and depressive symptoms in a sample of 124 metastatic breast cancer patients. Hypnotic Induction Profile Scores were dichotomized into low and high categories; posttraumatic intrusion and avoidance symptoms were measured with the Impact of Events Scale (IES); hyperarousal symptoms with items from the Profile of Mood States; and depressive symptoms with the Center for Epidemiologic Studies-Depression Scale. High hypnotizability was significantly related to greater IES total, IES intrusion symptoms, and depressive symptoms. A logistic regression model showed that IES total predicts high hypnotizability after adjusting for depressive symptoms and hyperarousal. The authors relate these results to findings in other clinical populations and discuss implications for the psychosocial treatment of metastatic breast cancer.
Int J Clin Exp Hypn. 2010 Jan;58(1):39-52. Keuroghlian AS, Butler LD, Neri E, Spiegel D. Stanford University School of Medicine, 401 Quarry Road, Stanford, CA 94305-5718, USA. firstname.lastname@example.org
In order to understand how hypnosis can be used to help improve reading comprehension, before should know how reading comprehension occurs. The brain naturally converts perception into meaning. This process includes addressing the central questions of how and why. This process rapidly relates new perceptions to previously established patterns in the brain. As the brain is a rapid learning device, improving reading comprehension normally is just a matter of reducing the obstacles that have been programmed during our education.
In order for this process to occur there are very specific parts...
Let’s face it. Each and everyday we are faced with challenges to which we must adapt. They may involve threats to our survival, obstacles standing in the way of our desire to become happier, or even represent an urge to take one’s musicianship or golf game to the next level. For most of us, our ability to make minor adjustments to our way of thinking does not present much of a difficulty. For others, no matter how hard we try, we just don’t seem to make much progress. In fact, often our efforts seem to make matters worse.
A common question that I often hear is whether self-help efforts...
The term headache refers to anything in the region of the head or neck. It is a non-specific symptom of some underlying condition. Of course, it is imperative that a person who suffers headaches recurrently should seek medical advice as the underlying condition may be extremely serious. The treatment of a headache is normally accomplished with some form of analgesic. As hypnosis has proven to be a very effective form of pain management, it most certainly can be used for the treatment of headaches.
Like all other pains, the pain which is associated with a headache exists only when it's...