A retrospective outcome study and review of hypnosis as treatment of adults with sleepwalking and sleep terror.

@article{Hurwitz1991ARO,
  title={A retrospective outcome study and review of hypnosis as treatment of adults with sleepwalking and sleep terror.},
  author={Thomas D. Hurwitz and Mark W. Mahowald and Carlos Hugh Schenck and J L Schluter and Scott R Bundlie},
  journal={The Journal of nervous and mental disease},
  year={1991},
  volume={179 4},
  pages={228-33}
}
Hypnosis has been described anecdotally to be effective in the treatment of sleepwalking and sleep terror, potentially dangerous parasomnias. The authors report the use of hypnosis in the treatment of 27 adult patients with these disorders. A total of 74% of these individuals reported much or very much improvement when followed over substantial periods after instruction in self-hypnotic exercises that were practiced in the home. Hypnosis, often preferred over pharmacotherapy by patients… CONTINUE READING

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