Emotional and Physical pain are found in same brain areas

Where does emotion hurt in the body? Published on April 19, 2012 by Alan Fogel in Body Sense  When people feel emotional pain, the same areas of the brain get activated as when people feel physical pain: the anterior insula and the anterior cingulate cortex. In one study, these regions were activated when people experienced an experimental social rejection from peers. In …

Emotional and Physical pain are found in same brain areas Read More »

Hypnosis Research

Self-Hypnosis Self-hypnosis has been used to treat a wide variety of clinical problems. Succesful outcomes involving self-hypnosis with adults or children have been reported for the treatment of anxiety (including test anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, simple phobia and panic disorder), chronic pain (including psychogenic dysphonia, post-traumatic contractures of the hand, abdominal pain and tension headaches) …

Hypnosis Research Read More »

Evidence Overview of Hypnosis

Scientific Proof That Hypnosis Works Hypnosis, or more precisely hypnotherapy, is one of the most studied modes of behavioural change. Here is some of that researched evidence: 90.6% Success Rate for Smoking Cessation Using Hypnosis Of 43 consecutive patients undergoing this treatment protocol, 39 reported remaining abstinent from tobacco use at follow-up (6 months to …

Evidence Overview of Hypnosis Read More »

Taking Control

Rob van Overbruggen Ph.D. talks about taking control of your healing process. You can take control by learning the science of metamedicine during one of his international trainings. Live at the METAMedicine International Conference Egypt 2013