Why Hypnosis Doesn’t Work for Everybody

Scientists aren’t entirely sure which parts of the brain are involved in hypnosis, but a recent experiment by the Stanford University School of Medicine is giving us our first clues. The study, published in the Archives of General Psychiatry, explored the differences between brains that could be hypnotized, and those that couldn’t. Using MRI technology, they discovered that people who

Scientists prove hypnotic state exists

Hypnosis has been considered for the past 250 years by the scientific community as being nothing more than a cute trick, with little consideration put in for in-depth research into this highly controversial state. Some psychologists believe that a hypnotized person is unconscious, resembling a sleep walker, while modern research suggests that the case is actually the opposite, the subject