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Clinical Findings


  • Chronic pain patients reduce their physician visits by 36%.  The Clinical Journal of Pain, Volume 2, pages 305-310, 1991
  • There is approximately a 50% reduction in visits to an HMO after a relaxation-response based intervention resulting in estimated significant cost savings.  Behavioral Medicine, Volume 16, pages 165-173, 1990 
  • Open-heart surgery patients have fewer post-operative complications.  Behavioral Medicine, Volume 5, pages 111-117, 1989 
  • Women with severe PMS have a 57% reduction in physical and psychological symptoms.   Obstetrics and Gynecology, Volume 75, pages 649-655, April, 1990
  • 80% of hyper tense patients have lowered blood pressure and decreased medications -16% are able to discontinue all of their medications. These results lasted at least 3 years.   Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, Volume 9, pages 316-324, 1989
  • 75% of insomnia patients become normal sleepers and 90 percent reduce or entirely eliminate sleep medications.   Behavioral Medicine, Volume 5, pages 111-117, 1989 - Similar and improved statistics from: The American Journal of Medicine, Volume 100, pages 212-216, 1996  
  • Chronic pain patients reduce their physician visits by 36%.   The Chronic Journal of Pain, Volume 2, pages 305-310, 1991
  • Infertile women have a 34% conception rate, (compared to only 20% with in-vitro fertilization), and decreased levels of stress, anxiety and anger.   Fertility and Sterility, Volume 58, pages 144-147, 1992
  • High school students exposed to a relaxation response-based curriculum significantly increased their self-esteem.   The Journal of Research and Development in Education, Volume 27, pages 226-231 , 1994
  • Hypnosis was more effective than a control group (17 vs. .5 pounds on follow-up) -  Investigating the effects of hypnosis in weight loss for 60 females, at least 20% were overweight and not involved in other treatment.   Volume: 54 489-492

The success rate for Clinical Hypnosis is extremely high.    A survey of psychotherapy literature revealed the following recovery rates:


38% recovery after 600 sessions

Behavior Therapy:

72% recovery after 22 sessions


93% Recovery after 6 sessions  

Source: American Health Magazine


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