There are several clinical studies that show how effective hypnotherapy is at helping with this issue, but this may be the first you have heard about them!
The NHS and NICE support Hypnotherapy as a treatment for IBS, but this option is not always mentioned to patients. One real advocate is Dr Valori, of Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, who has been referring IBS patients for hypnotherapy since the early 1990s and has found it to be highly effective. “To be frank, I have never looked back,” … “it is pretty clear to me that it has an amazing effect,” he said. Dr Valori feels that it’s widely ignored as a treatment because many doctors find it hard to believe that it does work, or to comprehend how it could work, although the research evidence has been available since the 1980s.
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Sessions help you to gain an understanding of how stress and anxiety are created, as well as to progressively relax and focus on soothing imagery. People have noted improvements in overall wellbeing, quality of life, abdominal pain, constipation, diarrhoea, and bloating. So why not give it a try?
Hypnotherapy may also help relieve other symptoms suffered by many people with IBS such as nausea, fatigue, backache, and urinary problems. Lifestyle factors such as diet should also be taken into account.
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Solutions Focused Clinical Hypnotherapy can effectively help with these issues and many more. It can also help you to understand:
People often think of hypnotherapy as something weird and mystical that is ‘done to them’. Whereas, although it’s powerful, trance is something you do regularly, when you daydream watching TV, or when you drive somewhere and don’t remember how you got there. During sessions you remain completely in control and there is nothing to be worried about at all! Why not book a consultation call with me now to find out more?