Hypnotherapy commonly used to break unhealthy habits

USA Today reports on the common use of hypnotherapy “to break unhealthy habits like smoking, to rid people of phobias and to treat panic attacks.”

Furthermore, “studies have found it effective for behavioral change, as well as for reducing surgical and cancer pain, nausea and fatigue in conjunction with other treatments.”

Guy Montgomery, director of Integrative Behavioral Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, commented, “It’s something that’s often worth trying to find, is it a little bit effective for me, or is it a lot effective, or not at all.”

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