Mind-body strategies to tackle pain

Just 15 minutes of mindfulness, hypnosis and education about pain management reduced pain in hospital patients, researchers at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City found. In the study of 244 people experiencing acute pain, mindfulness helped reduce their pain by 23 percent, and hypnosis

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