Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

   Irritable bowel syndrome is a common condition that affects the digestive systems, it may cause symptoms like cramps, bloating,   feeling   sick(nausea) diarrhoea and constipation.

 Having IBS can be very frustrating and sometimes it can have a big impact on your personal, social, and professional life.

 The causes are unknown at the moment and it is linked to things like food passing through your gut too quickly or too slows, stress, over sensitive nerves in the gut, and a family history of IBS.

There are researches that shows that people with IBS have tendency to:

  • Take on too much responsibility,

  • Consisting of putting others first,

  • Pleasing others

  • Neglecting own needs.

  Other research shows that people with IBS are less assertive and less likely to take time for themselves because they would feel guilty and     selfish doing so. They may feel overly responsible for others and take on other people’s problems too readily, having a lack of good   interpersonal boundaries. Perfectionism and irrational beliefs reflected through self-talk, such as “I should, I must,” can also impose undue   stress on the individual, which may or may not be recognised.

 

  How can hypnotherapy help you?

 

  Irritable bowel syndrome can have its roots in anxiety. While working together we will first develop the therapeutic relationship in order to   enhance your safety and trust in me as a therapist.

  Hypnosis for IBS it is certainly not a miracle, however hypnotherapy was proven as being extremely useful while helping to bring your whole   system back into balance. Hypnotherapy is a relaxing experience, and it is well known that IBS is made worse by stress. Relaxation in IBS can   and will bring massive benefits.

  

My training followed an integrative approach and I have variety of techniques and tools that we can use to help overcome whatever is bothering you. I use a mind-body, holistic approach with the emphasis on Solution Focus techniques.

I look forward working with you.