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Self-Administered Hypnosis for the Management of Hot Flashes in Women

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Do you or someone you know have hot flashes? We may be able to help! Baylor University’s Mind-Body Medicine Research Lab is conducting a study of a self-hypnosis to reduce hot flashes in women who are post-menopause or breast cancer survivors. The sessions are all completed through phone and telehealth, so you won’t even have to leave your home, and there is compensation of up to $125 for participants who complete study requirements.

Participants are provided with booklets, audio recordings, and data collection forms and devices to complete throughout the study. If you are interested in participating in this study, the first step is to schedule a brief phone call to complete a checklist to determine your eligibility. A member of the Baylor University Mind-Body Medicine Research Lab can provide you with more information at that time as well and answer any questions you may have. For more information, please contact 254-296-0824 or email mindbody@baylor.edu.

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https://sites.baylor.edu/baylormbmrl/
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whitney_williams@baylor.edu
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Whitney
Contact - Last name: 
Williams
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254-296-0824
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