Studies & Research

Below are some of the latest studies and sources of hypnosis and hypnotherapy research.

These are direct links to research sources and the destinations are in no way affiliated with Mindzai

Hypnotherapy.

 

Claustrophobia

  • Hypnosis for management of claustrophobia in magnetic resonance imaging: Hypnosis has been shown to be an effective and safe alternative to pharmacological sedation to allow MRI examination in phobic and anxious patients. Link: Radiologia Brasileira, 2010.

Depression

  • Critical Analysis of the Efficacy of Meditation Therapies for Acute and Subacute Phase Treatment of Depressive Disorders: A Systematic Review. Conclusions: A substantial body of evidence indicates that meditation therapies may have salutary effects on patients having clinical depressive disorders during the acute and subacute phases of treatment. Link: The Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine, 2015.

Smoking

  • Study 1: Hypnosis for Smoking Most Effective Technique; Three Times More Effective than Nicotine Gum and Five Times More Effective than Willpower Alone: They found that among of all of the techniques used, hypnosis was the most effective. They found that a single session of hypnosis was three times more effective than the nicotine gum and five times more effective then willpower alone (willpower was 6%; nicotine gum was 10% and a single hypnosis session was 30%). Link 1: Journal of Applied Psychology. Vol 77(4), Aug 1992, 554-561; Link 2.

  • Study 2: Hypnosis and NLP to Quit Smoking: The researchers combined hypnosis with with NLP smoking cessation techniques and found that 39 subjects (90%) reported that they remained smoke-free 6 months after the treatment. The 4 subjects that resumed smoking reported doing so in response to intolerable anxiety. Link: Int J Clin Exp Hypn. 2001 Jul;49(3):257-66

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Studies & Research

Below are some of the latest studies and sources of hypnosis and hypnotherapy research.

These are direct links to research sources and the destinations are in no way affiliated with Mindzai Hypnotherapy.

 

Claustrophobia

  • Hypnosis for management of claustrophobia in magnetic resonance imaging: Hypnosis has been shown to be an effective and safe alternative to pharmacological sedation to allow MRI examination in phobic and anxious patients. Link: Radiologia Brasileira, 2010.

Depression

  • Critical Analysis of the Efficacy of Meditation Therapies for Acute and Subacute Phase Treatment of Depressive Disorders: A Systematic Review. Conclusions: A substantial body of evidence indicates that meditation therapies may have salutary effects on patients having clinical depressive disorders during the acute and subacute phases of treatment. Link: The Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine, 2015.

Smoking

  • Study 1: Hypnosis for Smoking Most Effective Technique; Three Times More Effective than Nicotine Gum and Five Times More Effective than Willpower Alone: They found that among of all of the techniques used, hypnosis was the most effective. They found that a single session of hypnosis was three times more effective than the nicotine gum and five times more effective then willpower alone (willpower was 6%; nicotine gum was 10% and a single hypnosis session was 30%). Link 1: Journal of Applied Psychology. Vol 77(4), Aug 1992, 554-561; Link 2.

  • Study 2: Hypnosis and NLP to Quit Smoking: The researchers combined hypnosis with with NLP smoking cessation techniques and found that 39 subjects (90%) reported that they remained smoke-free 6 months after the treatment. The 4 subjects that resumed smoking reported doing so in response to intolerable anxiety. Link: Int J Clin Exp Hypn. 2001 Jul;49(3):257-66

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