Most studies also showed that the neural functions of the prefrontal, insular, and somatosensory cortices are the structures that are consistently modified during hypnosis-
The investigators conclude that functional neuroimaging studies support the clinical use of hypnosis for the management of pain
Citation: Del Casale A, Ferracuti S, Rapinesi C, et al. Pain perception and hypnosis: findings from recent functional neuroimaging studies. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. 2015;63 (2): pp 144-70
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