Hypnosis for anesthesia has been used since the 1840s.

A hypnotherapist helps patients control their subconscious reflexes so that they do not feel pain in the traditional sense.

Patients are aware of sensation as the operation progresses and often describe a tingling or tickling sensation where the pain would normally be expected.

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  1. What if, somehow, something went wrong with the hypnosis – such as, the patient suddenly breaks free from the hypnosis – what would they do then?

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  2. Old news. Read about it in the World Book as a kid. But, I ain’t gonna try it!



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