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How autogenic therapy improves health.

THE physical effects of autogenic therapy can be profound.

Patients have experienced a dramatic reduction in cholesterol and blood pressure levels and diabetics have found they need less insulin to keep their sugar levels under control.

Recent work with people with Parkinson's Disease has found that autogenic therapy can reduce the trembling associated with the condition by lowering levels of adrenaline. And autogenic therapy can be used to combat jetlag and insomnia and even to improve performance in sport - just by sending positive messages to the brain.

For a list of registered therapists send a sae to the British Autogenic Society, c/o Royal Homeopathic Hospital NHS Trust, Great Ormond Street, London WC1N 3HR, or visit the website at
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Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Date:Oct 31, 1999
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