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Articles on recent instances of hypnosis in the news.
It was something that started to happen to me about 10 years ago: I walk resolutely from my apartment to the kitchen and then stand there thinking, why did I come here already? Or even more frightening, with an acquaintance standing right in front of me I wonder, what’s her name already? And then the […]
There is an obesity crisis Researchers project 1.1 billion people with diabetes by the year 2030, principally caused by obesity; in the United States 39.8% of the population is obese, affecting 93.3 million adults (Centers for Disease Prevention and Control, 2019). In France obesity has increased to 15.7% of the adult population, affecting 7 million […]
“He who receives a benefit with gratitude repays the first installment on his debt.” (Seneca, n.d.) […]
It all began in France The story of self-hypnosis begins in the 19th century France, when a 28-year-old pharmacist called Emile Coué went to work for Ambroise-Auguste Liébault (1823-1904), a physician. Liébault did much to move hypnotherapy forward, and his clinic near the town of Nancy came to promote and represent the new suggestion-based hypnosis […]
The anatomy of each brain is unique According to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Zurich, each human brain has a unique anatomy. This results from the genetic factors and experiences experienced by the individual. According to an article published by NeuroscienceNews.com, Lutz Jäncke, UZH professor of neuropsychology, has demonstrated this. Our […]
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A recent Stanford University study conducted at its School of Medicine has revealed the neuroscience of the hypnotic state, published in an online article of Cerebral Cortex. Now that we know which brain regions are involved The study’s senior author was Dr David Spiegel, MD, professor and associate chair of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford, […]