IBS in Your Gut, Relief in Your Mind

IBS in Your Gut, Relief in Your Mind

What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or IBS?

IBS is one of the most common digestive disorders affecting Americans today.  IBS is a chronic condition affecting the lower intestine, or colon, with symptoms ranging from very mild to severe. Those affected usually require long term management. To get IBS relief, consider how stress affects you.  Hypnosis can help you naturally relax and get the relief you desire.

 

The cause of IBS is unknown.  Two out of three sufferers are women. Researchers have found a link between IBS and pre-existing psychological conditions like anxiety and depression. Stress often will worsen symptoms which range from very mild to extremely severe.

 

Because stress often makes IBS symptoms worse, your doctor might recommend a medication to calm you.  The choice is up to you if you want to take prescription medications.  Discuss this with your doctor.

 

However, you can find natural ways to reduce stress such as using meditation or using self-hypnosis.  Self-hypnotic suggestions have proven to be a natural, effective way to manage stress.  You can enjoy it almost instantly after you train your mind how to use it.

 

A proper and correct diagnosis of IBS is made by your doctor.  Therefore, it is very important you tell your doctor all symptoms you are experiencing. To get IBS relief, tell your doctor which foods make your symptoms worse. It’s very important to give detailed information to your doctor including family history of IBS.

 

Whether you have mild indigestion, abdominal cramping, bloating, or severe symptoms like diarrhea and constipation, you are at risk for malnutrition. This ultimately will affect your quality of life. Treatment ordered by your doctor will be aimed at managing your symptoms. Using self-hypnosis regularly to destress can be a very important part of getting IBS relief. There is no known cure for IBS.

 

You Have IBS Relief Options

Hypnosis is no magic wand but the successes of clinical studies has been very promising. Individuals with chronic severe symptoms that didn’t respond to other treatments benefitted with cognitive behavioral therapy and hypnosis. Discuss treatment options with your doctor and choose one that works for you.

 

In some cases, a simple diet change will be all you need to manage symptoms and get IBS relief. At Suburban Philly Hypnosis, treatment is tailored to the uniqueness of each case.  There are no side effects with hypnosis. You utilize the power of your own mind to manage your symptoms.

 

Once you dispel all the myths about hypnosis you can begin to manage your disease rather than fall victim to it. Ultimately, it is the IBS patient that must learn how to reduce the stress that exacerbates the symptoms of IBS.   If you are interested in natural IBS relief, it takes being open to something as natural as using hypnosis.

 

My name is Doris Robinson and I am Suburban Philly Hypnosis. Managing your stress is the first step to managing the symptoms of IBS. Visit my website http://suburbanphillyhypnosis.com  and I’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you might have.

 

 

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