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23 April 2012

Hypnosis should become a standard technique on the NHS to treat a range of conditions according to a new report.

Hypnosis should become a standard technique on the NHS to treat a range of conditions according to a new report.

Many people are seeking relief from stress, back pain, arthritis etc without resorting to pharmaceutical intervention. The hypnosis and psychosomatic medicine section of the Royal Society of Medicine says the technique can be used to relieve pain and treat stress related conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome. Graham Satchell reports. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-13664587     source: gabbyandlaird.com

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23 April 2012

Royal Society of Medicine says the NHS could save money and serve patients better by treating some serious conditions with hypnosis.

Hypnosis as an effective tool has been recognised by the RSM to be of use in many areas of treatment within the NHS. This is very welcome news as it reduces our reliance on pharmaceutical interventions (and the ensuing costs), but also gives patients a new understanding of how to take control of their well being in a more holistic way.  Dr Peter Naish, president of the RSM’s hypnosis section, and Dr Clare Gerada, chair of the Royal College of GPs, discuss why it is “now being used across the board.” http://news.bbc.co.uk/today/hi/today/newsid_9505000/9505458.stm

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