Research statistics on the effectiveness of hypnosis for dental phobia?
The effectiveness depends on your actual will, how bad you want to end your phobia, and how effective your hypnotherapist is. You can even try to cure your phobia by hypnotizing yourself. The fear lies in the subconscious mind, and hypnosis directly accesses it and "reprograms", as long as you are willing. For hypnosis information that is easy to understand
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The name of the phobia related to the fear of dental surgery is Odontophobia. . See Web Links for a list of all phobias and their names
In every research there'll be some results. Sometimes it is in terms of numerical measure or in terms of logical statement. Statistics is used to check the accurary, connsiste…ncy or degree of usage of the results obtained by the researcher. Here we should know that statistics is a mid term tool used in every research. It will not decide any reseach conclusions. Statistics is a methodology used in middle of each research.
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The effects of phobias are so many and they mostly affect one'spersonality. Phobias will hinder a person from realizing their fullpotential as they tend to cage a person.
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Statistics related to mental health disorders: The following are the latest statistics available from the National Institute of Mental Health Disorders (NIMH), part of the Na…tional Institutes of Health (NIH): Â· Mental health disorders account for four of the top 10 causes of disability in established market economies, such as the US, worldwide, and include: major depression (also called clinical depression), manic depression (also called bipolar disorder), schizophrenia, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Â· An estimated 26 percent of Americans ages 18 and older - about one in four (or over 57.7 million) adults - suffers from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year. Â· Many people suffer from more than one mental disorder at a given time. In particular, depressive illnesses tend to co-occur with substance abuse and anxiety disorders. Â· Approximately 20.9 million American adults - or 9.5 percent - ages 18 and over, will suffer from a depressive illness (major depression, bipolar disorder, or dysthymia) each year. Â· Women are nearly twice as likely to suffer from major depression than men. However, men and women are equally likely to develop bipolar disorder. Â· While major depression can develop at any age, the average age at onset is the mid-20s. Â· With bipolar disorder, which affects approximately 5.7 million American adults - or about 2.6 percent of Americans age 18 and older in a given year - the average age at onset for a first manic episode is during the early 20s. Â· More than 90 percent of people who commit suicide have a diagnosable mental disorder - most commonly a depressive disorder or a substance abuse disorder. Â· Four times as many men than women commit suicide. However, women attempt suicide two to three times more often than men. Â· The highest suicide rates in the US are found in Caucasian men over age 85. However, suicide is also one of the leading causes of death in adolescents and adults ages 15 to 24. Â· Approximately 2.4 million Americans are affected by schizophrenia. Â· In most cases, schizophrenia first appears in men during their late teens or early 20s. In women, schizophrenia often first appears during their 20s or early 30s. Â· Approximately 40 million American adults ages 18 to 54 - or about 18.1 percent of people in this age group - in a given year, have an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders include: panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), and phobias (social phobia, agoraphobia, and specific phobia). Â· Panic disorder typically develops in late adolescence or early adulthood. Â· The first symptoms of OCD often begin during childhood or adolescence. Â· About 30 percent of Vietnam veterans experienced PTSD at some point after the war. Â· GAD can begin at any time, though the risk is highest between childhood and middle age. Â· Individuals with OCD frequently can have problems with substance abuse or depressive or eating disorders. Â· Social phobia typically begins in childhood or adolescence. Â· In their lifetime, an estimated 0.5 percent to 3.7 percent of females suffer from anorexia and an estimated 1.1 percent to 4.2 percent suffer from bulimia. Females are much more likely than males to develop an eating disorder. Â· Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common mental disorders in children and adolescents. It affects an estimated 4.1 percent of youths ages 9 to 17 in a six-month period.
Statistics is used to design the experiment (what type of data needs to be obtained and how much), then statistics is used to analyze the data (make inferences and draw conclu…sions).
Hypnosis has long been a mystery. The effects of hypnosis have been proven to help several patients in varying different areas. But what has yet to be explained by science is… exactly how hypnosis works. The perception that most people have of hypnosis involves a magician with a shiny object. This magician waves this object in front of a crowd member to put them in a trance. After a few snaps of his fingers and a few soft words, the crowd member is soon barking like a dog or clucking like a chicken.
It depends on various factors. By learning conversational hypnosis you can communicate with the subconscious mind of other person without their knowledge.
people who are highly responsive to hypnotic suggestion tend to have had imaginary childhood playmates.
Hypnotherapy is useful in reducing pain, curing phobias, quittingsmoking, losing weight, reducing stress and anxiety, and more. Itis a very powerful tool that is quite under-u…sed.
There are two types of approaches in research, the quantitative and qualitative research. Quantitative research consists of those studies in which the data concerned can be… analysed in terms of numbers ... Research can also be qualitative, that is, it can describe events, persons and so forth scientifically without the use of numerical data ... Quantitative research is based more directly on its original plans and its results are more readily analysed and interpreted. Qualitative research is more open and responsive to its subject. Quantitative research is, as the term suggests, concerned with the collection and analysis of data in numeric form. It tends to emphasize relatively large-scale and representative sets of data, and is often, falsely in our view, presented or perceived as being about the gathering of `facts'. Qualitative research, on the other hand, is concerned with collecting and analysing information in as many forms, chiefly non-numeric, as possible. It tends to focus on exploring, in as much detail as possible, smaller numbers of instances or examples which are seen as being interesting or illuminating, and aims to achieve `depth' rather than `breadth'. (Blaxter, Hughes and Tight, 1996: 61) Quantitative research is empirical research where the data are in the form of numbers. Qualitative research is all about exploring issues, understanding phenomena, and answering questions. While there's a whole industry engaged in its pursuit, qualitative research also happens in nearly every workplace and study environment, nearly every day. Focus groups, in-depth interviews, content analysis, ethnography, evaluation and semiotics are among the many approaches that are used, but qualitative research in its most basic form involves the analysis of any unstructured data, including: open-ended survey responses, literature reviews, audio recordings, pictures and web pages.
Advances in neuroimaging have also led researchers to identify certain parts of the brain and specific neural pathways that are associated with phobias.
Statistical tools are tool which are purposively make or are use for data collection and analysis in research methodology. E.g destriptive. mean. standard deviation. chi_squar…e e.t.c
Hypnosis is an effective way to overcome insomnia and help one sleep. One can listen to hypnosis CDs or see a professional hypnotist. Hypnosis helps one to reach a great level… of relaxation and allows one to gain peace in order to sleep.