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Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a condition that triggers digestive system pain for quite a few people. Hypnotherapy is available to individuals trying to get beneficial help managing the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.
Tummy cramps, diarrhoea, bowel irregularity, heartburn, wind, queasiness and bloating are a few of the symptoms people that have irritable bowel syndrome may suffer. IBS can contribute towards various health concerns and challenges as well as being known to cause depression symptoms in some affected individuals. Those dealing with the syndrome on a daily basis understand that while it is common, it is still very distressing. Meal times and certain foods may be the only triggers that some individuals encounter. A lot of people however, find themselves in pain the majority of the time and so the problem has an impact on a considerable portion of their life.
The causes of irritable bowel syndrome are unknown. In most cases it is believed that an elevated tenderness in the digestive tract causes the problems. Stress and panic can exacerbate IBS symptoms; in fact they may even cause the symptoms in the first place. Regrettably the worry of irritable bowel symptoms could potentially cause a cycle of discomfort causing panic attacks which then causes more pain etc. At times a sufferer will experience high levels of stress over the affliction itself as well as the probability it could worsen. Sadly the worry and expectancy can in reality cause several of the problems. So, if worry produces the pain and we become worried about these pains, those pains might happen because of that initial worry.
Health care professionals tend to recommend a healthy change in lifestyle and eating habits in the beginning though there is, on occasion, prescription medication available for this problem.
Hypnotherapy for irritable bowel syndrome could help sufferers acquire a beneficial and healthy lifestyle, allowing them to feel more in charge of their problems. Hypnosis is not the cure for IBS but it may be the catalyst for positive change, assisting you to manage the signs and symptoms or even relieving you of them once and for all. For many individuals it is actually the worry of the pain that is accountable for the majority of discomfort experienced. Which means without that stress or panic attacks the symptoms could become a thing of the past.
The conscious and unconscious mind are both addressed utilising hypnosis. Our health has a bearing on our psychological health and the other way around. A hypnotic approach will help people become a little more in sync with their mind and more in charge of it. For many people, the ability to relieve these symptoms means the opportunity to enjoy life again. If you think you may have irritable bowel syndrome or you are worried your symptoms are something more serious you should speak with a healthcare professional. Irritable bowel syndrome is a medical problem and a medical expert can reassure you that there isn’t anything more serious responsible for your signs and symptoms.
Andy Cox an established hypnotherapist specialising in irritable bowel syndrome, said “Hypnotherapists use progressive relaxation methods such as soothing imagery or pictures and the focus is on the sensations of the person’s symptoms. Hypnosis and hypnotherapy help to lesson or diminish the IBS symptoms and offer relief in other symptoms associated with this disorder including vomiting, weariness, back pain, and urinary problems. There is a also benefit to the mental, emotional, indicative and physical state of the client.”
Andy Cox from Assured Effects Hypnotherapy is well qualified and has countless years of practical experience of treating irritable bowel using hypnosis.
They have been utilising hypnosis to treat IBS in their practice situated in Dorset.
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