Is Hypnosis Innocent? Physiopathological Evaluation of Effect on Vital Findings
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Aim: Hypnosis is used in Complementary Medical Treatments. Our aim is to assess whether hypnosis is a side effect by evaluating effect in vital signs. Vital signs change in pathologic conditions. Fever, pulse, blood pressure and number of breaths is a good indicator of side effect evaluation. Methods: Healtly Twelve volunteers, six women and six men aged between 18 - 65 years who had received the necessary permits and consent. The hypnosis room was quiet and at room temperature to minimize the effect of vital signs. Participants used rapid hypnosis technique. Measurements were made under the hipnonik trans of 10-15 minute. They were awakened by the countdown method. The non-parametric Wilcoxon Signed Tanks test was used as the statistic to chary comparison test. P<0.05 was accepted as significant. Results: The statistical result of all changes made by measurement of vital findings was found to be p>0.05. Changes in the vital signs pre-hypnosis and hypnosis didn’t show any significant difference. Conclusions: No significant difference in changes in vital signs in pre-hypnosis and hypnosis can show physiopathological well as the credibility of this treatment and without side effect. Our work may be a preliminary study for other research.
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