Hypnosis for non-cardiac chest pain

Palsson, O. S.; Whitehead, W. E.
October 2006
Gut;Oct2006, Vol. 55 Issue 10, p1381
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the effectiveness of hypnosis in treating patients with non-cardiac chest pain that has not responded to acid inhibition. In a study, 80 percent of patients suffering from non-cardiac chest pain admit that they feel better after undergoing hypnosis. Moreover, the secondary endpoints in the study confirm the effectiveness of the alternative therapy.


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