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C.; Faraggi, D. (1993). Comparison between self-hypnosis,
masking and attentiveness for alleviation of chronic
tinnitus. Audiology, 32, 205-212.
ABSTRACT: A total of 45 male patients close in age with
chronic tinnitus related to acoustic trauma were assigned
to three matched subgroups: self-hypnosis (SH),
masking (MA), and attentiveness to the patients'
The therapeutic stimuli in the SH and MA sessions, recorded on audio cassettes, were given to the patients for use when needed. SH significantly reduced the severity of tinnitus, AT partially relieved the tinnitus, and MA had no significant effect.
Brattberg, G. (1983). An alternative method of treating tinnitus: Relaxation-hypnotherapy primarily through the home use of a recorded audio cassette. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 31 (2), 90-97.
ABSTRACT: 32 patients, varously diagnosed as suffering from tinnitus, were treated with hypnosis. Treatment consisted of a 1-hour consultation with the physician followed by 4 weeks of daily home practice while listening to an audio-tape recording of approximately 15 minutes duration. 22 of the patients treated learned in 1 month to disregard the disturbing noise, a considerable gain in the ratio of theapy to time requied.
Roberts, Russell (1982). Cognitive restructuring: A technique for the relief of chronic tinnitus. Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 10 (1), 27-33.
ABSTRACT: A combination of relaxation and imagery was used to teach an altered perception of their chronic tinnitus to a series of clients, for all of whom medical intervention had proved ineffective. Over a number of visits to the Flinders Psychology Clinic, the hum which had been troubling them became a cue for relaxation and peace. Thus,whenever they became aware of their tinnitus it came to be welcomed where prior to intervention it had been a constant irritant.
Mason, J.; Rogerson, D. (1995). Client-centered hypnotherapy for tinnitus: Who is likely to benefit?. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 37 (4), 294-299.
ABSTRACT: The study involved 41 patients, mean age 54, who had three sessions of hypnosis. On three-month followup evaluation, those who benefited most from hypnosis had less hearing loss in their better-hearing ear.
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