HYPNOSIS IN THE MEDIA
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HYPNOSIS IN THE MEDIA
On CBS Sunday Morning,
they had a great piece on hypnosis and medical issues. Hypnosis
is gaining widespread approval as a medical modality for healing,
pain, and even anesthesia. They highlited the use of hypnosis for
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WALL STREET JOURNAL ARTICLE
Heart Surgeons Try Using The Power of
Hospitals Play Tapes For People Under Anesthesia; Addressing Patients'
By AMY DOCKSER MARCUS
Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
In many ways, Xavier
Lividini's heart bypass surgery last month at Columbia Presbyterian
Medical Center in New York was no different than the procedure performed
on hundreds of thousands of other people every year.
Surgeons used a saw-like
device to cut through his breast bone and open up his rib cage.
Then with a blood vessel taken from his leg, they created a bypass
around the blocked sections of his coronary arteries, allowing more
blood to reach his heart.
But there was one major
difference. During the six-hour procedure, while he was under anesthesia,
Mr. Lividini had a Walkman headphone on his ears. Through it, a
tape played carefully crafted, medically detailed messages over
and over. His doctors hope that what Mr. Lividini heard while lying
on the operating table, and in repeated listenings both before and
after the surgery, will help speed his recovery and lower his chances
of having further heart problems.
"You can feel new
strength flowing through you, through arteries that are wider and
more open, more flexible with smoother surfaces than before,"
a soothing woman's voice said in Mr. Lividini's ear, as soft music
played in the background.
Calming recordings have
been used for years to help cancer patients cope with the side effects
of chemotherapy and chronic pain sufferers gain some relief. Those
tapes typically offer fairly generic, positive messages, urging
patients to relax and imagine themselves in a safe, comfortable
place. Now, a new generation of audiotapes are finding a place inside
the operating rooms of some of the nation's most prominent hospitals
including Columbia Presbyterian, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in
Los Angeles, and the Cleveland Clinic. Though the heart-surgery
tapes feature a calming voice and serene music similar to the standard
cancer and pain tapes, many of them go far beyond, conveying pointed
messages aimed at addressing specific medical concerns and fears
of major heart surgery.
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