There is a much better way to provide relief for anxious chronic headache and migraine sufferers: hypnosis.
A Research Letter published this week at JAMA Internal Medicine (https://archinte.jamanetwork.com/
Hypnosis has emerged from its pop culture caricature of The Manchurian Candidate, Svengali, or amusing but frivolous stage shows. FoxNews Health recently published a significant article about hypnosis's emergence as a respected complementary modality, like acupuncture:
Based on several decades of my own practice I can attest that hypnosis can work wonders, at very modest cost, for relieving the fears and concerns of chronic headache and migraine sufferers. There is ample medical literature to support the potential of hypnosis for reducing anxiety and the resolution of pain. I would be happy to share this research.
Prescribing or recommending hypnosis -- rather than ordering unnecessary and hugely costly brain scans -- can be a far more effective. and economical, way than scans to help people resolve their fears and concerns about the underlying cause of their chronic, painful headaches or migraines.
Because of my nationally recognized expertise -- it occurred to me that this might be of compelling interest to your readers, viewers or listeners. I am delighted to offer myself as a source for any of your reporters or commentators, or to offer you original editorial copy by way of a feature article or op-ed and I am available for interviews.
References upon request.
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