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Hypnosis Treatment IBS
Improving IBS’s Primary Symptoms
A number of studies have shown hypnosis can be used to manage an array of medical problems including IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), post-surgery stress and chronic pain, anxiety among others. Better yet, hypnosis has been found to be a key factor in reducing health care costs and the overall time spent by patients in hospitals.
What is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis describes the unconscious state subjected to a patient to produce relaxation and make the patient open to more suggestions. The patient, however, doesn’t lose control over decision making and actions and contrary to widespread belief doesn’t resort to bizarre and outlandish actions. Hence, the main purpose of hypnosis is to use your thoughts and mind to help the subject feel better.
A typical hypnosis session begins with the patient being taken to a trance-like state which involves a great state of focus. This state does not feel weird at all but rather the kind of feeling you experience shortly before falling asleep. You know what is happening, but your attention is specifically focussed. It is in this state that the brain is more likely to change perception on anything. A hypnotherapist may advise the patient to change the intensity, location and even the intensity of pain perfection eventually imagining a burning sensation as water.
A considerable number of clinical studies show that IBS can be properly treated by hypnosis. IBS treatment typically involves progressive relaxation followed by the proper use of soothing imagery and pleasant sensations aimed at the patient’s specific symptoms. If the standard procedure is conducted appropriately, a remarkable improvement in the quality of life, diarrhea, constipation, and overall well-being becomes inevitable.
Hypnotherapists do not assume direct control over the patient as portrayed in fiction. The patient is aware of every hypnosis step and entire process devoid of discomfort. Hypnosis turns out to be more effective when patients are properly treated in specific groups.
Besides improving IBS’s primary symptoms, hypnosis has equally been found to instantly relieve the escalating IBS linked a backache, nausea, fatigue, and urinary problems. In addition, hypnotherapy offers psychologist, symptomatic and symptomatic benefits.
The key point of necessary caution though, hypnotherapy does not cure everything under the sun. In fact, up to 25 percent of patients typically fail to heal properly from diseases it is known precisely to properly treat. And for those who actually register some marked improvement, conventional treatment approaches are still advised. Those eagerly seeking hypnotherapy need to carefully put into practical consideration such lifestyle factors as diet and weight. Some people, naturally depending on bowel abnormality, may genuinely need occasional administration of a laxative or loperamide.
Quick Facts about Hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapy has been here for a long time and has been practised in different forms in ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, India, and China.
Hypnotherapy practices have drastically evolved over the last 100 years to shape modern hypnotherapy.
Modern hypnotherapy is now effective against an array of both emotional and physical ailments including IBS, PTSD, anxiety, obesity, depression, etc.
Modern researchers are trying to find an effective way of synching hypnotherapy and the conventional treatment methods to positively enhance disease treatment and effective management.
While hypnosis undoubtedly remains a safe method of possible treatment, it is prudent to naturally seek treatment from a certified and licensed hypnotherapist.
“I have been involved in Natural Healing for over 30 years and my past studies and practices have included Aromatherapy, Chinese Massage, and Reiki.
“The practise of Reiki is a constant in my life, and I have taught the modality as a Master for the last 16 years. In my experience with clients in massage and Reiki, I came to realise many people had mind-based origins for their many physical and emotional challenges.
“The natural progression, for me, was to seek a modality that could assist my clients to overcome those mental blocks. This led me to hypnosis.
“In 2004, I started my hypnosis training with Rick Collingwood and the Australian Academy of Hypnosis. Since then I have done further training in the art of hypnosis with Devin Hastings, Leon Cowen, Delores Canon, and others.
“I also acquired my practitioner training in Humanistic Neuro-linguistic Programming with Gary De Rodriguez.
“Change your mind; Change your life.
“I have positively seen firsthand hypnosis can be invariably an excellent tool to graciously assist potential clients to overcome many of their varying complaints. I know instantly through my own life challenges just how daunting things can become. I know precisely I can undoubtedly help you if you are ready to gently take that first step. Take back proper control of your excellent health and well-being (physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually) whatever that means for you.
“I pride myself on being honest, thorough and highly ethical.
“Life experience has undoubtedly caused me a genuine empathy for those who earnestly seek my help.
“You can positively start transforming your life now.” – Linda Milburn
Results will vary from person to person.
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