A team of researchers from the Stanford University School of Medicine has identified key areas of the human Brain that, under stimulation, could make a person more susceptible to hypnosis. Clinical Hypnosis represents a valuable tool to physicians, and is gaining respectability as an alternative treatment option for dealing with chronic pain, addiction, and anxiety or trauma.
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