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|Eligible Ages||18 Years - 65 Years|
- - patient with ileal or colic Crohn disease.
- - stable treatment for Crohn disease.
- - clinical and biologic remission (normal C reactive protein and fecal calprotectin < 100 µg/g) - patient living in Grenoble area.
- - informed consent form.
- - social security affiliation.
- - Person under legal protection (articles L1121-5 and L1121-8 of Public health code) - Person in exclusion period of another study.
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|University Hospital, Grenoble|
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|Principal Investigator Affiliation||N/A|
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The disease, disorder, syndrome, illness, or injury that is being studied.
Crohn disease is defined as an inflammatory chronic disease of the bowel characterize by intermittent flare-ups and remission periods. Crohn disease is due to genetic and environmental factors such as stress. Stress is an important aggravation factor of the disease symptoms which can stop a remission period and induce a relapse into a flare-up period. Hypnosis is a non-medicinal technic which already show efficacy in the treatment of functional digestive troubles. These diseases are bio/psycho/social models such as Crohn disease. Hypnosis can reduce visceral pain sensibility, reduce stress and reduce pro-inflammatory cytokines liberation into intestinal mucosa. Though, only few data are available on hypnosis interest in the treatment of Crohn disease and inflammatory bowel diseases as it is often isolated clinical case report. One study on patients with rectocolitis in remission period has been done recently and show that hypnosis increased the duration of the remission period. The principal objective of this study is to evaluate hypnosis efficacy in term of quality of life for patients with Crohn disease during remission.
Active Comparator: immunosuppressor/TNFalpha
Standard treatment with immunosuppressor and/or anti-TNFalpha treatment.
Experimental: Hypnosis + Standard Treatment
Standard treatment with immunosuppressor and/or anti-TNFalpha treatment in addition to hypnosis parallel treatment.
Drug: - immunosuppressor/TNFalpha
Standard Treatment : immunosuppressor/TNFalpha as in standard practice
Behavioral: - Hypnosis
8 hypnosis group sessions during 2 months
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