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Psychotherapy sessions are best in the morning when levels of helpful hormone are high

(Southern Methodist University) Psychotherapy sessions are best in the morning when levels of the hormone cortisol is high, suggests a new study from Southern Methodist University, Dallas. Research found that patients with anxiety, phobias and fears showed greater improvement from therapy that was scheduled in the morning when cortisol -- a naturally occurring hormone -- tested higher, said clinical psychologist and lead author Alicia E.
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