Ipnobioma: una nuova frontiera dell’ipnositerapia? Uno studio pilota e una revisione della letteratura

Titolo Rivista: IPNOSI
Autori/Curatori: Giuseppe De Benedittis
Anno di pubblicazione: 2021 Fascicolo: 2 Lingua: Italiano
Numero pagine: 21 P. 5-25 Dimensione file: 304 KB
DOI: 10.3280/IPN2021-002001
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Una crescente evidenza suggerisce che l’asse intestino-cervello possa svolgere un ruolo chiave nelle condizioni di salute e malattia attraverso una rete di comuni-cazioni bidirezionali che coinvolge percorsi neurali e immunoendocrini. Questa complessa interazione influenza profondamente sia il microbiota intestinale che il comportamento del cervello. La disbiosi del patobioma intestinale è rilevante per la patogenesi di disturbi gastrointestinali funzionali, sindromi dolorose croniche, disturbi neurologici e mentali. Di conseguenza, il targeting del microbiota intestina-le sta emergendo come una nuova, efficace prospettiva terapeutica. Tra le molte opzioni di trattamento, gli interventi psicologici, inclusa l’ipnosi, sono stati utilizzati per modulare lo Psicobioma e il suo analogo ipnotico, l’Ipnobioma. Oltre a una revisione della letteratura recente, viene riportato uno studio pilota su una paziente con Sindrome del colon irritabile (IBS) trattata con successo con ipnosi simil-quantica. L’esito positivo del trattamento è stato associato a una significativa di-minuzione di taxa microbici patologici concomitante con un aumento di taxa fi-siologici. Questi risultati preliminari suggeriscono che l’Ipnobioma può rappresentare una nuova promettente frontiera dell’ipnositerapia.

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Giuseppe De Benedittis, Ipnobioma: una nuova frontiera dell’ipnositerapia? Uno studio pilota e una revisione della letteratura in "IPNOSI" 2/2021, pp 5-25, DOI: 10.3280/IPN2021-002001