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Functional Dyspepsia Hypnosis

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Functional Dyspepsia Hypnosis

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of a hypnotherapy treatment program for functional dyspepsia that can be self-administered using on-line audio recordings. This is a non-randomized study. All patients will receive 7 sessions of hypnotherapy treatment administered over a 12-week period. The primary objective of the study is to determine the feasibility and acceptability of the self-administered hypnotherapy program. The secondary objective is to evaluate the effect of the treatment on participant reported symptom severity, quality of life, anxiety and depression.

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Behavioral - Hypnotherapy

7 sessions of self-administered gut-directed hypnotherapy for functional dyspepsia

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Self-Administered Hypnotherapy for Functional Dyspepsia

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NCT03884270

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