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Hypnotic Experiences In Human Sub Subjects

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Human Subjects: Studies show that the majority of individuals define their hypnotic experience as relaxing and positive and a minority occasionally report unanticipated side effects during and after hypnosis. The spectrum of reported negative effects has encompassed minor transient complains like headaches, dizziness, or nausea and confusion in experimental situations to the less frequent complaints of anxiety, unexpected reactions to an inadvertently given suggestion and difficulties in awakening from hypnosis in clinical situations. Any adverse events that may appear during the study amongst participants will be monitored, reported and treated appropriately.
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