The limitations of general anesthesia

More than one third of anesthetized patients suffer one or more side effects (nausea, vomiting, concentration and memory problems, sore throat, and dental trauma) or potentially serious complications (cardiorespiratory and allergy risks).

The benefits of hypnosis in anesthesia

Advances and innovations in anesthesia and surgery are aimed at reducing perioperative morbidity and mortality, improving patient comfort, and facilitating postoperative recovery. Medical hypnosis fits this philosophy perfectly, and its effectiveness has been proven in over 300 medical publications.



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Increases patient comfort

Less pain

Less anxiety

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Facilitates recovery

Less time in the recovery room

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Proven effectiveness

Over 300 medical publications

An emerging but limited practice

There has been considerable development in medical hypnosis training for over 10 years. Yet the use of medical hypnosis today remains very limited, due primarily to two key problems:

1   A single practitioner cannot monitor several patients at the same time.

2   A high level of concentration is required during a hypnosis session, making it harder for the practitioner to repeat the process.

Our ambition

HypnoVR’s goal is to make the benefits of hypnosis in anesthesia and the treatment of pain and anxiety accessible to as many patients, doctors, and health facilities as possible through virtual reality.

 

 

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