Hypnosis can be used to provide anaesthesia.
Several studies have found that hypnosis can be an effective pain management tool. In fact, EEG studies have shown that hypnosis removes the emotional experience of pain while allowing the sensory sensation to be experienced. When they are in this trance-like state, they can feel touch, but their brain does not recognise pain. As they prepare for natural childbirth, an increasing number of women are undergoing prenatal hypnosis training.
Targeting dyslipidaemia effectively requires a careful selection of oral hypoglycemic medicines as well as dyslipidaemia-specific medications.