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There is not a lot written regarding hypnosis and ADHD. Recently I started researching the success, if any, of treating Inattentive ADD with hypnosis. The conclusion that I have come to is that while there's a good deal of info on treating inattention with hypnosis, the effectiveness of the treatment is less than clear. There are several psychologist and hypnotist that use hypnosis in their treatment of persons with ADHD what is not at all black and white is if there are any specific benefits from hypnosis for the inattentive symptoms that we observe in people with ADD. Hypnosis has been around as a treatment measure for centuries. It was, interestingly, first applied in animal husbandry to calm animals. It gained popularity in Europe in the 1800s and was applied extensive and rather successfully during the World Wars to treat Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSS). Music, words, magnets, paintings and other visuals are all modalities that have been utilized to induce hypnotic states. When you google the term "hypnotic pictures" you will find paintings and visuals that have been used for the intent of hypnosis. Hypnosis, despite having a big body of proof indicating its usefulness for treating many conditions, has been considered to be a scam by numerous physicians. Many American physicians see hypnosis as a grotesque sort of stage show with no valid utility. Physicians in Asia see hypnosis in a much better light. These physicians have performed hundreds of studies on hypnosis that have demonstrated the effectiveness of this treatment method in the management of mental health and other disorders. Studies performed in this country have shown results which are, at best, in the 50/50 range in regards to their effectiveness in the treatment of most medical condition but American and Asian medical providers do tend to agree that hypnosis is helpful in the treatment of depression, anxiety and phobias. Their is, however, much less agreement on the effectiveness of hypnosis for the treatment of other illnesses. It would appear that a bias for hypnosis exists in Asia and a bias against hypnosis exists in the U. S. Even well done random/controlled investigations on hypnosis performed in the U. S., where a betterment in symptoms has been seen in the treatment group, are vigorously questioned and explored for flaws. Just the opposite appears to happen in the studies performed in Asia. Experts in the field are quick to explain that stage hypnosis (where hypnosis is made into a performance), is not at all like real hypnosis. These experts point out that 'real' hypnosis does not bring on actions that is against our will. Hypnotist, howeverm do agree that all hypnosis involves a mental state that might be referred to as a trance but how this trance can appear to an observer is radically dissimilar to what we oftentimes see of hypnotized humans in the movies or on T. V.


Psychologist and hypnotist report that, for unknown reasons, persons with ADD including Inattentive ADD, are more easily hypnotized then persons without this condition and, that children are more hypnotizable than adults. There are various and varied methods of hypnosis including a type of hypnosis called Neuro-Linguistic Programming or NLP that uses words to induce a hypnotic trance. This form of hypnosis has gained disseminated popularity since it was first devised in the early 1970s. Another type of widely available hypnosis is self hypnosis where music, pictures and/or affirmations are applied to induce a hypnotic state. A method of hypnosis where the individual is alert and their eyes are open and where a 'trance' state is induced in no time at all is known as Instantaneous Neuronal Activation Procedure (INAP). Proponents of this type of hypnosis report this active-alert hypnosis can be as beneficial as trance hypnosis in treating certain illnesses. Various studies, published in respectable journals, have shown improvement in symptoms for conditions such like Tourette's syndrome, headaches, anxiety, ache disorders and depression utilizing valued methods of hypnosis. Studies that have sought to explain how hypnosis improves the symptoms of these disease have concluded that hypnosis, not unlike meditation, yoga and exercise, can aid the symptoms of these disorders by normalizing abnormalities in the ACTH-betaendorphin functioning of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis. I did read the report of one psychologist who routinely uses hypnosis with great success in their office for the treatment of ADHD but I was unable to find any actual studies that reported on the specific benefits of hypnosis in treating the symptoms of Inattentive ADD or ADHD. In the United States the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH) certifies Hypnotist. Hypnosis should only be exercised by Hypnotist that are certified by this group. A list of certified hypnotist may be found by going to ASCH internet-website.

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