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  1. Docs Recommend Surgery for My Sister's Diabetes & High Blood Pressure but I Want Her to Try a Less Invasive Approach. What Do You Suggest?

    Docs Recommend Surgery for My Sister's Diabetes & High Blood Pressure but I Want Her to Try a Less Invasive Approach.  What Do You Suggest?

    Good morning!

    My sister is currently suffering from diabetes II, chronic kidney disease (stage 2) and the doctors are unable still to get her blood pressure under control. While the doctors are suggesting that she have surgery to help with weight loss that will reverse the conditions mention above, I have suggested to my sister that an integrative approach is best. This thought process led me to your site. I have used your products in the past and have been satisfied. Which combination of CDs do you suggest my sister may benefit from given the aforementioned medical issues.

    Thank you in advance for your guidance.

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  2. How Can I Use Guided Imagery to Make My Surgery More Successful?

    How Can I Use Guided Imagery to Make My Surgery More Successful?

    Hello Belleruth,

    I am having revision knee surgery soon and want to do everything that I can to get through it. The first surgery was very painful and unsuccessful. This time to enhance my recovery and pain control I would like to listen to your meditations/music during surgery.

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  3. What Guided Imagery Titles Do You Recommend for a Teen Having Wisdom Teeth Extracted?

    What Guided Imagery Titles Do You Recommend for a Teen Having Wisdom Teeth Extracted?

    Before my surgery, I was in a complete panic. My treatment team at Cancer Treatment Centers of America gave me your Successful Surgery CD, and it saved me. . .

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  4. Can Guided Imagery Calm a Scared Little Girl Facing Surgery?

    Can Guided Imagery Calm a Scared Little Girl Facing Surgery?

    Can you recommend guided imagery for my daughter, who is anxious and frightened over upcoming surgery?

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  5. Does Guided Imagery Keep Very Young Kids Still During an MRI? Yup.

    Does Guided Imagery Keep Very Young Kids Still During an MRI? Yup.

    A pilot study in the American Journal of Maternal & Child Nursing investigated whether guided imagery could help a kid undergoing MRI . . .

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  6. Guided Imagery and Massage Benefit Patients’ Post-Op Pain, Sleep, Anxiety

    Guided Imagery and Massage Benefit Patients’ Post-Op Pain, Sleep, Anxiety

    Six critical care nurses from the Beaumont Hospital System in Royal Oak, Michigan examined the impact of guided imagery and clinical massage on the pain,  anxiety and sleep quality of 288 in-patients in 2 floors dedicated to Progressive Care (otherwise known as the Step-Down Unit, a mid-way place between intensive care and regular care on a med-surg floor).   

    On one floor, each patient was offered daily a 15-minute complimentary clinical massage On the other floor, patients were offered a 30-minute guided imagery recording.  

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  7. After a Bilateral Mastectomy, She’s More Creative than Ever

    After a Bilateral Mastectomy, She’s More Creative than Ever

    Margaret Dubay Mikus, a poet, photographer and all-round brainiac with a PhD in molecular genetics, discovered she carried a mutation in one of the “breast cancer genes” (BRCA2) when she had a new bout of breast cancer. After much deliberation, she decided to go for the option of bilateral mastectomy, plus removal of her ovaries and Fallopian tubes. Pretty extreme, you might think, but this is a recommended treatment with her medical history and this gene.

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  8. Can Guided Imagery Prevent MRI Panic in a Severely Claustrophobic Person?

    Can Guided Imagery Prevent MRI Panic in a Severely Claustrophobic Person?

    We got this email from a person who has used our guided imagery with great success. It's a great story that we believe you'll enjoy reading.

    Dear HJ,

    On the advice of a medical social worker friend, I tried your pre-surgery program for an upcoming reconstructive operation. My friend said her hospital recommended it for all its pre-surgery patients, and that research has proven it to be effective.   

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  9. New Study Confirms Guided Imagery Reduces Nausea & Vomiting

    New Study Confirms Guided Imagery Reduces Nausea & Vomiting

    A team of researchers from Kerman University of Medical Sciences in Kerman, Iran, examined the effect of guided imagery on chemotherapy induced nausea and vomiting in breast cancer patients.

    This was a quasi-experimental study in which a group of sample was evaluated pre- and post-intervention. A convenience sample of 55 eligible breast cancer patients completed the Morrow Assessment of Nausea and Vomiting, before and after the intervention. The treatment consisted of listening to two guided imagery tracks.

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  10. Another Grateful Surgery Patient Tells Her Story

    Another Grateful Surgery Patient Tells Her Story

    Hi, Belleruth! 

    Five years ago I used your CDs for Successful Surgery and Radiation Therapy to get me through the removal of my left lung, followed by over two dozen radiation treatments. 

    I had the most amazing experience. I had no complications, minimal bleeding (to the best of my knowledge), and NO PAIN!!! (I rode my horse two weeks later.) 

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