Saturday, March 28, 2015

Neuro-hypnotherapy or EEG biofeedback for depression

The mind-body connection is prevalent in many diseases. 

What Research Says?

Cognitive hypnotherapy for major depressive disorder.

Suggestion in the treatment of depression.

The power of belief and expectancy in understanding and management of depression.

Out-of-illness experience: hypnotically induced dissociation as a therapeutic 
resource in treating people with obstinate mental disorders.

Feasibility of clinical hypnosis for the treatment of Parkinson's disease: a case study.

Efficacy of hypnosis-based treatment in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: a pilot study.

Antidepressants in the treatment of depression: the clinician and the controversy.

Treating depression with antidepressants: 
drug-placebo efficacy debates limit broader considerations.

Game-based biofeedback for paediatric anxiety and depression.

Is alpha wave neurofeedback effective with randomized 
clinical trials in depression? A pilot study.

A new neurofeedback protocol for depression.

Audio-biofeedback training for posture and balance in 
patients with Parkinson's disease.

Biofeedback therapy for symptoms of bowel dysfunction 
following surgery for colorectal cancer.

Bowel biofeedback treatment in patients with 
multiple sclerosis and bowel symptoms.

Biofeedback in the treatment of heart disease.
'' Preliminary data suggest that use of BFSM (biofeedback-assisted stress 
management) by heart failure patients may actually cause cellular and
molecular remodeling of the failing heart in the direction of normal
. ''

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