Here on the south coast of England in the midst of lockdown, it is hot. We are experiencing a heatwave (by our standards) and it is hotter than it usually is at this time of year. I sometimes struggle to sleep when it is so warm. I know others have the same challenge; my Facebook newsfeed is filled with comments relating to the heat at night.
This issue can be alleviated with self-hypnosis, and this video explains and gives instructions on how to do just that.
This is not just some flight of fancy by the way. As I mention in the video, there are numerous studies that support what I state in this video, here are those references that I say I’ll give in the video:
August, R. V. (1975) Hypnotic induction of hypothermia: an additional approach to postoperative control of cancer recurrence. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 18: 52-55.
Barabasz, A. F. & McGeorge, C. M (1978) Biofeedback, mediated feedback and hypnosis in peripheral vasodilation training. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 21: 28-37.
Dikel, W. & Olness, K. (1980) Self-hypnosis, biofeedback, and voluntary peripheral temperature control in children. Pediatrics, 66: 335-340.
Grabowska, M. J. (1971) The effects of hypnosis and hypnotic suggestion on the blood flow in the extremities. Polish Medical Journal, 10: 1044-1051.
Peters, J. E. & Stern, R. M. (1974) Peripheral skin temperature and vasomotor responses during hypnotic induction. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 21: 102-108.
Piedmont, R. L. (1983) Relationship between hypnotic susceptibility and thermal regulation: new directions for research. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 56: 627-631.
Reid, A. F. & Curtisinger, G. (1968) Physiological changes associated with hypnosis: the effect of hypnosis on temperature International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 16: 111-119.
Wallace, B. & Kokoszka, A. (1992) Experience of peripheral temperature change during hypnotic analgesia. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 40: 180-193.
I have drawn together the strategies used throughout study methodologies to offer you up a process you can use to help lower your body temperature. Tune in, follow the steps, and enjoy.
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