Hypnotherapy, medical treatment reduces nausea in children with functional dyspepsia

Both hypnotherapy and medical treatment, in combination with psychological support, reduced symptoms of chronic nausea among pediatric patients with functional nausea and functional dyspepsia, according to research.“Treatment of [functional nausea] is challenging and generally based on empiric strategies because of the lack of published treatment trials on chronic nausea. … Previous studies have suggested that hypnotherapy can serve as a promising treatment option to target the etiologic biopsychosocial factors of chronic nausea,” Pamela D. Browne, MD, PhD, of the department ofRead More

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