Irritable bowel syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome The NHS Guidlines
Referral for psychological interventions cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), hypnotherapy and/or psychological therapy should be considered for people with IBS who do not respond to pharmacological treatments after 12 months and who develop a continuing symptom profile.

My specialist area of expertise is dealing with IBS sufferers.

Irritable bowel syndrome can often be stress triggered which sets off the spasms, cramps or other reactions affecting the small or large bowel.

Hypnotherapy help's in the following ways:

  • Helping you to relax, easing the symptoms if they are triggered by stress
  • Teaching you powerful techniques for relief of your symptoms
Thanks to Professor Peter Whorwell a gastroenterologist at Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester, hypnosis is now acknowledged by the medical profession as an effective treatment for Irritable bowel syndrome.

Treatment is suitable for people of all ages, for males and females, and there are no risks or side effects.

Usually 3 to 5 sessions are required

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