Hypnosis & Arthritis - Self-Hypnosis - Other Hypnotherapy Techniques
Hypnosis - What is it, Who can do it?
Hypnosis has a strange reputation. What is this strange technique? Can it be helpful?
Hypnosis May Prevent Weakened Immune Status, Improve Health
Researchers here have determined that hypnosis and related relaxation techniques can actually prevent the weakening of the immune response that often follows periods of acute stress.
How Hypnosis Works
When you hear the word hypnosis, you may picture a mysterious hypnotist who waves a pocket watch back and forth, guiding his subject into a semi-sleep, zombi-like state. Once hypnotized, the subject is compelled to obey, no matter how strange or immoral the request. This popular representation bears little resemblance to actual hypnotism, of course, from HowStuffWorks.
The Use of Hypnosis in Pain Management by Marc Marcuse
When used in an appropriate manner, hypnosis has proven itself to be an effective tool in the management of pain and pain perception, from PsychWWW.
Controlling Pain with Hypnosis
Controlling pain or discomfort with Hypnosis is common. It has more applications than most people can imagine, from John Krukowski C.H.
Arthritis-Hypnosis Connection by Paul Gustafson
The process of hypnosis is easy to learn, you can do it on your own and it empowers you to improved health and well being, from Healing Well.
Hypnotherapy for Fibromyalgia
Hypnotherapy and Fibromyalgia, from John Krukowski C.H.
Hypnosis FAQ by Todd I. Stark
Frequently asked questions regarding the scientific study of hypnosis, from PsychWWW.