Your Doctor has told you that the symptoms you are suffering are those of Irritable Bowel Syndrome, so what next…? You still have the painful bloated feelings and you are constantly worrying about where the closest toilet is, so much so, that it is impacting on your day-to-day life.
For some people sticking to a strict diet can alleviate the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome but this doesn’t work for everyone and it’s not always easy to maintain.This Hypnosis Session to Control Irritable Bowel Syndrome is an alternative treatment for controlling the symptoms of IBS if dietary limitations are not working for you.Constantly worrying about suffering an attack of painful stomach gripes, a bloated abdomen and bouts of diarrhoea, which are difficult to control, can be so embarrassing that it can stop the person suffering with these from leading a normal life.The thought of having an IBS attack in unfamiliar surroundings can be so terrifying and cause so much anxiety and stress that many people avoid eating out altogether and are often prevented from taking vacations and even give up their jobs.
Control Your IBS Self-Hypnosis
- Induction into Hypnosis
- Visualisation and imagery - guidance through the gut
- Reducing the symptoms using the mind
- Ending with confidence boosting and positive outlook for the future.
You will have all the tools you need to stop the symptoms of IBS by teaching your mind how to create a fully-working digestive system that allows the free flow of food and liquid without any blockages, tension or feelings of discomfort. You will actually be able to relax your digestive system and calm down the spasms thereby reducing the bloated feeling and assisting the natural flow of waste from the body when you are ready and not before.
Listening to this session regularly will deepen the process of control and improve your feelings of well-being and you will begin to feel more and more confident about doing things and going places you may have avoided in the past.
This form of treatment for IBS is now used in many NHS Hospitals and is proving to be as useful if not more so, than medication.
Note: Do not stop taking any prescribed medication for your IBS without first consulting with your doctor.