Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
Characterised by severe cramping and pains in the stomach area, IBS can be debilitating to live with.
Flare ups can happen at times that disrupt your day such as when you're out and about, at work or with friends and can also cause people to experience depression and anxiety as a result of the stress and an inability to cope.
Hypnosis for IBS
IMPORTANT: If you feel you have this condition but have not yet been to your GP, please do so before considering Hypnotherapy as treatment. These pains can be symptoms of other issues which may indeed be physically treatable.
If you have already been diagnosed with IBS, then you have likely been told that all you can do is try to eat the right foods, exercise regularly and reduce your stress.
Hypnotherapy will help you keep your stress levels low and if your symptoms are exacerbated by stress as they often are with IBS, then this will help in reducing flare ups helping to manage the condition. Hypnosis is also helpful in dealing with the anxiety or other symptoms you may be experiencing as a result of your IBS.
How does Hypnotherapy help with IBS?
In Hypnotherapy, I will explain to you how the brain works to create stress, what stress is, how this affects all areas of our lives and how we can effectively control stress. Hypnosis is then used to reduce stress and allow our minds to adapt to new ways of thinking and behaving. This process is sometimes called rewiring the brain.
Also if you are making efforts to change your diet or exercise, Hypnotherapy can also help you to maintain these new habits, improving your motivation and confidence.
To get a full understanding of the process, you can book in to see me for an initial consultation. I offer them completely free and there's no obligation to continue if you don't think that Hypnotherapy is the best route to treat your IBS.
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Here are some benefits you are likely to experience alongside treatment of your IBS:
Confidence - Positivity - Reduce Anxiety - Stress Relief - Better Sleep
IMPORTANT: If you feel you have this condition but have not yet been to your GP about it, please do so before considering Hypnotherapy as treatment. These pains can be symptoms of other issues which may need medical attention.
Please see the information on the "general benefits of therapy" page for more information on how this therapy is not only used to tackle our issues but also to change our attitudes and work to improve all aspects of our lives.
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