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American Hypnosis Association Research Articles

Sleep Problems and Hypnosis

The American Hypnosis Association presents eighteen (18) studies related to Sleep Problems and Hypnosis.

  • Study 1: Hypnosis for Children (Approximately 12 Years Old)
    Sleep Onset Delay, Nighttime Awakenings and Other Issues Impeding Sleep (Pain, Cough, etc.)
  • Study 2: Hypnosis for Adult Insomnia – Sleeping Longer and Getting “Normal Night’s Sleep”
  • Study 3: Hypnosis and Sleep Onset Insomnia
  • Study 4: Hypnosis and Specific Visualization for Slow Sleep Onset, Waking During the Night, and Difficulty Sleeping During the Day
  • Study 5: Hypnosis and Chronic Insomnia
  • Study 6: Hypnosis and Combat-Related Post Traumatic Stress Insomnia (Hypnosis as Effective or Better than Ambien (Zolpidem) for All Sleep Variables)
  • Study 7: Self-Hypnosis and Sleep-Terror in Children
  • Study 8: Hypnosis for Adults who Sleepwalk or have Sleep Terrors
  • Study 9: Hypnosis for Various Sleep Disorders, including Bed-Wetting, Sleep Walking, Night Terrors and Chronic Movements
  • Study 10: Hypnosis for Older Adult Addicted to Sleeping Pills for Insomnia
  • Study 11: Hypnosis and Snoring – Case Study
  • Study 12: Self-Hypnosis for Insomnia – Case Study
  • Study 13: Review of Studies on Hypnosis and Sleep
  • Study 14: Hypnosis for Restorative Slow Wave Sleep
  • Study 15: Hypnosis for Adult Insomnia
  • Study 16: Hypnosis to Improve Sleep Quality of Students
  • Study 17: Systematic Review of Hypnosis for Sleep Outcomes
  • Study 18: Generic Hypnosis Suggestions and Disease-Specific Hypnosis Suggestions Produce Similar Improvements for Insomnia

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