Hypnosis improves life for dementia patient


Posted on July 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Wilf Vernon, 82, who lives in Wolverhampton, England, is one of a group of dementia patients whose quality of life is being improved by hypnosis therapy.

They are taking part in a study at the University of Liverpool which has found that compared with mainstream healthcare methods,â hypnosis can slow down the impacts of dementia and improve quality of life for those living with the condition.


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