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American Hypnosis Association Research Articles

Pain and Hypnosis

The American Hypnosis Association presents twenty-six (26) studies related to Pain and Hypnosis.

  • Study 1: Hypnosis and Pain – Review of Clinical Trials
  • Study 2: Hypnosis and Pain – Another Review of Studies
  • Study 3: Hypnosis and Pain – Yet Another Review of Studies
  • Study 4: Hypnosis – Alternative to Sedation for Surgery
  • Study 5: Hypnosis for Pain During Plastic Surgery
  • Study 6: Hypnosis for Pain – Angioplasty Procedure
  • Study 7: Reason Why Hypnosis Alleviates Pain (not Because of release of Endorphins)
  • Study 8: Hypnosis for Pain – Fibromyalgia
  • Study 9: Hypnosis for Burn Pains
  • Study 10: Self-Hypnosis for Pain and Anxiety During Biopsy Outpatient Procedures
  • Study 11: Hypnosis for HIV Neuropathic Pain
  • Study 12: Hypnosis for Childbirth Pain
  • Study 13: Hypnosis for Phantom Limb Pain
  • Study 14: Hypnosis for Needle-Related Pain in Children and Adolescents
  • Study 15: Hypnosis for Low Back Pain
  • Study 16: Hypnosis for Chronic Pain – Meta-Analysis
  • Study 17: Hypnosis for Pain of Hospitalized Older Patients
  • Study 18: Hypnosis for Pain in Girls with Dysmenorrhea (Menstrual Cramps)
  • Study 19: Hypnosis and Self-Hypnosis for Pain in Chronic Diseases in Palliative Care
  • Study 20: Hypnotherapy for Pancreatitis Pain
  • Study 21: Hypnosis for Background Pain and Pain Anxiety in Men with Burns
  • Study 22: Self-Hypnosis for In-Hospital Chronic Pain
  • Study 23: Hypnosis for Pain Management for People with Haemophilia (disorder where the blood does not clot properly)
  • Study 24: Hypnosis for Chronic Pain – Outpatient Model
  • Study 25: Hypnosis to Control Pediatric Dentistry Pain and Anxiety
  • Study 26: Meta-Analysis of Effectiveness of Hypnosis for Pain

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