Study: Self-hypnosis may aid youths with Tourette syndrome

07/13/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Nearly 80% of 33 children and adolescents who took part in self-hypnosis sessions aimed at reducing Tourette symptoms experienced a significant improvement in tic control, a U.S. study found. Self-hypnosis is safe and has no side effects, giving it an advantage over medication treatment, the researchers said.

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