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Why medical hypnosis?HYPNOVR claims it has s a software and reduced or drug free solution to anesthesiology. It uses virtual reality (VR) technology to perform anesthesia under hypnosis in order to decrease patients’ stress and anxiety during painful medical procedures. Over the last two years, HYPNOVR has established the technical feasabilty of medical hypnosis through virtual reality and it's benefits to patients, health professionals and institutions. They claim that up to a half of anesthesia procedures could benefit from hypnosedation via VR and they claim there are numerous fields of applications for HYPNOVR’s solutions. Patients who have been anaesthesized during a medical procedure suffered side effects (nausea, sore throat, vomiting) or sometimes serious medical complications (allergies, cardio-respiratory risks). Medical hypnosis offers an efficient and reliable drug-free alternative, as proven by over 300 scientific studies.  Interesting and potentially very beneficial, but appears to me to still in the formative stages. Worth watching. Select "Read More" below to click on the weblinks in this entry.
Why prick when you can click? The FreeStyle Libre glucose monitoring system is designed to liberate patients from the hassles of glucose monitoring. A small sensor automatically measures and continuously stores glucose readings day and night. Glucose readings with a painless 1 second scan even through clothing. With every scan you get your current glucose reading, the last 8 hours of glucose data and an arrow showing the direction your glucose is heading. Swim, shower or exercise — the Free Style Libre system is designed to be water-resistant and worn while bathing, showering, swimming and exercising. Not clear if this is yet available from the UK National Health Service, but Teresa May, UK Prime Minister is a user! Article here.Select "Read More" below to click on the weblinks in this entry.

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