Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome, known as IBS, is a common disorder that affects the large intestine. The colon is part of the digestive system of the body and when it stops its proper functions it can cause a great deal of discomfort and even sever pain in the sufferer.

Although IBS is very common it is still a hard to treat disorder mainly because its causes are still unknown.

IBS has many symptoms the most common of which are cramping, abdominal pain, bloating gas, diarrhoea and constipation. Although IBS is an extremely uncomfortable condition, which also affects a person’s ability to perform everyday activities, it has no long-term negative effects on the colon or digestive system.

However, although there is no permanent damage caused to the body from IBS sometimes the symptoms are so severe that a person requires hospitalization!

The strange thing about IBS is that the symptoms lessen, and often completely disappear, the older a person gets. Typically symptoms begin lessening when a person reaches their 30s.

Many people with IBS find that they can also lessen the symptoms when they learn to control their condition through stress reduction and a high fibre diet.

Although only a small number of people have severe IBS symptoms it still remains a most uncomfortable and disruptive disorder.

It is often hard to diagnose and is only considered after all other possibilities have been eliminated. This means treatment can be a long time coming which for the sufferer of the condition is disheartening.

People who suffer from this condition often miss many days of work due to its debilitating nature. Long journeys must be well planned to ensure there are adequate toilet stops and many other inconveniences lead IBS suffers to curse the condition.

In many cases, a person can control irritable bowel syndrome by managing their diet, lifestyle and stress. These factors that contribute to IBS can be easily managed through hypnosis.

Hypnosis has long been used as a form of treatment for Irritable Bowel Syndrome. As stress is a contributing factor to IBS and hypnosis is a great aid for relaxation this application of it helps IBS suffers immensely.

The added advantage of being able to access the subconscious mind, which is responsible for the internal functions of the body, means changes can be made to how the colon actually works!

If you have tried many different forms of treatment for IBS and been unable to treat the condition then hypnosis may hold the key to removing your symptoms.

With the aid of a skilled hypnotherapist it is possible to see immediate improvement.

Sustained and regular hypnotic sessions usually ensure the condition becomes manageable and even only a slight annoyance. The key to using hypnosis to effectively treat IBS is regular use for at least 30 days to make the changes permanent.

Would you like to start reducing the painful symptoms of IBS quickly and permanently reduce the discomfort this disorder creates? Then visit IBS Hypnosis

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