Hypnosis For IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), Colitis, Stomach Problems
You might be experiencing what is known as IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome). IBS effects you, usually, after a stressful period in your life: Divorce, loss of a job, moving, relationship breakup, death of a loved one. When you’re stressed, even eating a good meal and bring on another bout of the condition. The medical profession, as of current research, still are unable to define a specific cause.
IBS is a very common, digestive disorder which affects your digestive tract, the intestines in particular. If you’re experiencing a bout of IBS, you might experience cramps, abdominal pain, constipation and diarrhea, bloating and vomiting.
IBS can be so severe that you can’t work, attend social and family events, your ability to travel long distances, affecting family plans. Many women, it effects their sex lives and brings on additional anxiety when thinking about how their partner is going to react from the possible flatulence, the pain and the discomfort.
On a mechanical basis, IBS involves the natural squeezing motions of the intestines to move too fast or too slowly, which brings on the cramps, the pain and a myriad of symptoms.
HYPNOTHERAPY is REGARDED in the MEDICAL PROFESSION as a KEY THERAPY
The medical profession regards hypnotherapy as one of the key therapies because of the ability to get into a relaxed state which eases stress and anxiety, which causes the gastrointestinal problems.
The Humanistic Approach Which I developed, has helped many of my clients to live a NORMAL LIFE
In our session together, we will get to the root of the problem, reframe it, release the emotions that are tensing up your gut. You will also experience a new sense of relaxation in your life under stressful situations and this helps not only alleviate the stomach problems but also stimulates healthy bowel movements.
Clients report they are able to sleep better, have normal and health relationships, be in mixed company, travel, eat what they want without fear of triggering the aches and discomforts of the past.