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Strokes and Hypnosis

The American Hypnosis Association presents ten (10) studies related to Strokes and Hypnosis.

  • Study 1: Hypnosis and Strokes – To Improve Motor Function, Range of Motion, Increased Grip Strength, Etc.
  • Study 2: Hypnosis and Strokes – To Assist Recovery of Left Arm Function
  • Study 3: Hypnosis and Strokes – To Regain Function in Arm and Leg Movements as well as to Improve Facial Muscle Control
  • Study 4: Hypnosis and Strokes – To Assist Recovery of Arm Function Following Stroke and to Motivate Stroke Victims Who Manifest Negativism About Conventional Treatment
  • Study 5: Hypnosis and Hemorrhagic Strokes (Strokes caused by the rupture of a blood vessel in the brain) – To Promote Nerve Function Recovery, Reduce Anxiety and Enhance Quality of Life
  • Study 6: Hypnosis and Strokes: Descriptions of Improvements by Six Stroke Victims after Hypnosis
  • Study 7: Hypnosis for Post-Stroke Muscle Tension
  • Study 8: Hypnotherapy to Increase Muscle Strength in Stroke Patient with Weakness of One Entire Side of the Body
  • Study 9: Hypnosis Combined with Exercise for Upper Extremity Muscle Strength in Non-Hemorrhagic Stroke Patients
  • Study 10: Hypnosis for Rehabilitation of Young Stroke Survivors

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