Irritable Bowel Syndrome
How Hypnotherapy Helps
Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a condition that can touch anybody’s life at any moment. Living with the symptoms can put a great strain on your physical and mental wellbeing, but the secret is to remember that you’re not alone. Unconditional support is always available, and you will likely know someone else suffering from IBS, you just haven’t spoke about it with them.
Why Do I Suffer From IBS?
IBS is a complex condition that can have a mixture of both physical and emotional causes. There is a delicate balance within your bodies intestinal and digestive system that if upset can trigger a wide variety of symptoms and signs of discomfort. This can be anything from a chronic upset stomach and feelings of fatigue to higher than average stress and anxiety levels. If you have suddenly found yourself suffering from IBS it’s important to know that you’ve done nothing wrong and that the only way you’ll improve is by being unconditionally supportive of yourself.
Restoring a Delicate Balance
Suffering from IBS is nothing to be ashamed of, and recovering from it is not about going in search of a quick fix or a magic bullet that will make everything okay. What we need to do is create a deep sense of calm that touches every area of your body and helps to restore the delicate natural balance that allows us each to function. This is the only way that you will be able to give your body the rest and relaxation that it needs to heal and feel at peace within itself. Once you do that you’ll start to notice your symptoms lessen, and with ongoing work they can cease all together.
A Calmer You
Your mind has such an impact on your bodily processes, and perhaps the best example of this is IBS. It can touch anyone at any time, and easing it is all about restoring your body’s natural equilibrium. By creating a calmer outlook you’ll be able to remove large amounts of stress from your body and allow it to start healing the natural way.
In our first session we will talk with unconditional support and positivity so we can identify how your struggles with IBS began. There are no judgements and no one size fits all sound bites. Instead we’ll work together to create the personal tools that you can use to restore a sense of balance in body and mind.
Please contact me to discuss how I can support and help you move forward in a positive way.
Call 07710 801 243 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a confidential discussion.