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American Hypnosis Association Research Articles

Headaches and Hypnosis

The American Hypnosis Association presents fifteen (15) studies related to Headaches and Hypnosis.

  • Study 1: Hypnosis and Migraine Headaches
  • Study 2: Hypnosis and Headaches: Review of the Literature on the Effectiveness of Hypnosis to Treat Tension Headaches and Migraines
  • Study 3: Hypnosis and Migraine Headaches: Children 6 to 12 Years Old
  • Study 4: Hypnosis and Tension-Type Headaches
  • Study 5: Hypnosis and Headaches: Superior to Behavior Therapy and Talks to Doctor
  • Study 6: Self-Hypnosis and Recurrent Headaches: Children and Adolescents
  • Study 7: Hypnosis and Childhood Migraines, Adult Migraines, and Recurrent Headaches
  • Study 8: Self-Hypnosis for Recurrent Headaches (Including Suggestions and Imagery Used in Self-Hypnosis)
  • Study 9: Review of Research on Hypnosis for Headache Pain
  • Study 10: Hypnotherapy (Hypnoplasty) for Migraines – Case Study
  • Study 11: Another Case Study: Hypnosis for Migraine Headaches
  • Study 12: Online Hypnosis for Migraine Headaches
  • Study 13: Hypnotherapy for Tension and Migraine Headaches
  • Study 14: Hypnotherapy for Children’s Headaches
  • Study 15: Case Report on Use of “Circle” Hypnotic Technique for Headache

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