Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a very common ailment causing discomfort and pain generally centred in the digestive system. Hypnosis is available to those in search of effective help handling the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.
Belly cramping, loose bowel movements, bowel irregularity, acid reflux, flatulence, feeling sick and trapped wind are a few of the symptoms anyone with irritable bowel may suffer. IBS can also be known to cause despair in lots of people and there are several other lesser known issues that victims have attributed to their irritable bowel syndrome. Despite the fact that it is a widespread condition it is still quite definitely a significant affliction for anyone dealing with it every single day. Some afflicted individuals only have signs and symptoms at meal times or after particular foods. Others find their everyday life thoroughly impaired by the issue and find they become doubled over with discomfort much on a regular basis.
Thus far, the reasons behind irritable bowel have not been determined. A greater level of sensitivity of the gut is something numerous medical professionals suspect is the cause of the illness. Stress and anxiousness can aggravate IBS symptoms; it is possible that they can even cause the symptoms from the outset. Regretfully the worry of irritable bowel symptoms can bring about a cycle of discomfort causing stress and anxiety that can cause more pain etc. From time to time a sufferer could undergo high levels of stress over the condition itself as well as the possibility it could go downhill. Typically the fear and anticipation may well result in many of the symptoms. Consequently, if worry triggers the pain and we become worried about these pains, those pains might happen because of that initial worry.
Irritable bowel afflicted people may be offered medication for this problem but in the first instance most medical professionals will propose a change in diet and lifestyle.
Hypnotherapy for irritable bowel syndrome could help afflicted people feel more in command of their symptoms and permit them to achieve a favourable and balanced change in lifestyle. A hypnotic approach may not be able to cure the condition but it can assist with the associated subconscious effects and assist you to decrease the symptoms, if not relieve you of them altogether. For some the stress attributed to the pain is liable for many of the problems encountered. This means that without this specific aspect the signs and symptoms could be diminished greatly.
Hypnosis addresses the unconscious and the conscious mind. Our psychological wellbeing impacts on our health and the other way around. Hypnotherapy can help us get more in sync with our thought process and be more in control of it. For most, any symptom relief could be godsend. If you feel you may have irritable bowel or you are worried your symptoms are something more severe you’ll want to speak with a doctor. IBS is actually a medical problem and your doctor can assess your symptoms totally.
Giselle Monbiot a trained specialist hypnotherapist specialising in irritable bowel, said “To be able to take control over your physical discomfort is very empowering. IBS can make living everyday very difficult and sometimes means you miss out on a lot. There is no need to miss out anymore. For further information call me on 07847 386562”
Giselle Monbiot from Giselle Monbiot is well qualified and has countless years of knowledge of treating IBS using hypnotherapy.
They have been using hypnotherapy to treat irritable bowel within their practice situated in Kingston upon Thames.