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Impact of complementary therapies via mobile technologies on Icelandic same day surgical patients’ reports of anxiety, pain and self-efficacy in healing

Impact of complementary therapies via mobile technologies on Icelandic same day surgical patients’ reports of anxiety, pain and self-efficacy in healing. Stud Health Technol Inform. 2013;192:1165. Hansen M.M. School of Nursing and Health Professions, University of San Francisco. Complementary and Alternative Therapies (CAT) are increasingly being utilized in conjunction with conventional medicine. Health Information Technology […]

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Everyday music listening: The importance of individual and situational factors for musical emotions and stress reduction

Everyday music listening: The importance of individual and situational factors for musical emotions and stress reduction. Marie Helsing (2012). Göteborgs universitet, Samhällsvetenskapliga fakulteten, Institutionen för psykologi. The main aim with the four papers in this thesis was to explore the effects of everyday music listening on emotions, stress and health.

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Töres Theorell – Stressforskningsinstitutet

Töres Theorell – Stressforskningsinstitutet Töres Theorell är läkare, specialist i internmedicin, och professor emeritus vid Stressforskningsinstutet sedan 2007. Theorell blev professor vid Karolinska Institutet i Stockholm 1981 och var föreståndare för myndigheten och forskningsinstutet Institutet för psykosocial medicin (IPM) mellan 1995-2006. IPM omvandlades 2007 och en del överfördes till Karolinska institutet i Stockholm, och huvuddelen […]

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Alteration of gastric myoelectrical and autonomic activities with audio stimulation in healthy humans

Alteration of gastric myoelectrical and autonomic activities with audio stimulation in healthy humans. Cold or emotional stress was reported to affect gastric myoelectrical activity. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of music or noise on gastric myoelectrical activity and autonomic function in healthy volunteers. An article by DD Chen et al […]

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