"Mongolian mind-body interactive psychotherapy – A Stress reduction method with potential health benefits in patients with brain tumors"

Sarnai Arlud and Nagongbilige He

Inner Mongolia International Mongolian Hospital, China

DOI: 10.29011/2577-1442-C1-002

Importance: The Scientific Research Community recognizes self-healing as an important process for humans. However, it does not readily accept the idea that one’s mind can promote healing. Mongolian Mind-Body Interactive Psychotherapy is a stress reduction method that can promote self-healing. This report presents two cases in which the subjects were treated with Mongolian mind-body interactive psychotherapy.

Observations: In the first case, the patient presented with central diabetes insipidus secondary to a pituitary microadenoma. In the second case, the patient presented with a severe headache related to a brain tumor. Both patient’s symptoms diminished after undergoing Mongolian mind-body interactive psychotherapy.

Conclusions:The mechanism underlying the resolution of the brain tumors remain unknown. However, we believe stress reduction through Mongolian mind-body interactive psychotherapy played a significant role in symptom reduction and patient well-being. These two cases give us new insight in stress reduction and the promotion of health through the utilization of Mongolian mind-body interactive psychotherapy.


Sarnai Arlud is a research assistant at Center of Mongolian psychosomatic medicine, Inner Mongolia International Mongolian Hospital. She has her passion in mind body interaction. She is working on evaluating Mongolian mind-body interactive psychotherapy in insomnia, psoriasis, and help group to assessing Mongolian mind-body interactive psychotherapy in esophagus cancer, gastric cancer, ulcerative colitis, hyperthyroidism, rheumatoid arthritis, fatty liver, depression, anxiety, hyperplasia of mammary glands, chronic fatigue syndrome and antiaging. In addition to this, she is also working on understanding the molecular mechanism of Mongolian mind-body interactive psychotherapy in psoriasis. She has published her research work in 11 papers.